February 2, 2012 AT 3:43 pm
Building an Arduino LCD Clock with Adafruit gear
Dan Malec’s Blog: Building an Arduino LCD Clock. Dan writes –
The first step in my Arduino monitored / controlled orchid vivarium is giving my Arduino the ability to track time with reasonable accuracy and display information on an LCD. I went with a Boarduino for ease of prototyping, but the final build will probably use an Uno or Mega.
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Adafruit Boarduino, Adafruit FTDI friend, DS1307 RTC breakout, Blue+White LCD, and I2C LCD backpack!
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