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November 6, 2011 AT 12:00 am

Daylight Saving Time Explained 11/6/2011

Daylight Saving Time Explained 11/6/2011


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3 Comments

  1. Enough of this madness!

  2. Firstly thanks to everyone at adafruit for making home electronics interesting again and accessable to all. I have followed your arduino LCD tutorials and soon had a clock up n running. Next moved onto GPS and then NTP with an ethernet shield. I would love the clock to compensate for Daylight savings does anyone have some efficient code or library UK and US . Ideally would like the arduino to know shortly after switch if it needs to compensate. Seen a few examples but they realy on the clock being switched on the last Sunday of October etc. I am sure loads of other people would apprecate some help or a tutorial thanks Jason

  3. @jason post up in the forums!

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