[time-nuts] locate 6 digit digital clock
rdarlington at gmail.com
Tue Jun 7 18:41:42 UTC 2011
Holy Jeebus! That 2nd URL has the first picture I ever saw on your site
that gives you a bigger version when you click it. Every other one I saw
will just give a copy of the exact same picture upon clicking. I should
give up now while I'm ahead!
That being said, I really like these retro clocks made with parts other than
IC's. I'm already looking for a PCB assembly jig to cut down on labor for
building one of the bigger kits out there.
On Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 11:26 AM, Brooke Clarke <brooke at pacific.net> wrote:
> Hi Bruce:
> I've made a number of tries at a clock that would run from a frequency or
> time standard. See:
> Two board clock with LED display using Allegro 6276 LED driver chips
> Single board LED clock:
> It takes a lot of power to drive LEDs making battery backed power fail more
> Clock with LCD display:
> If there's enough interest in the LCD version it might be developed.
> Have Fun,
> Brooke Clarke
> Bruce Lanning wrote:
>> I have been trying to locate a kit or ready built 6 digit digital LED
>> Clock with a 10 Mhz or 1PPS input,
>> without sucess. Can anyone put me on to such a clock. Please contact me
>> belanning at myfairpoint.net
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