Mini 7-segment clock project update

Posted on Tuesday, August 6th, 2013 in clock, project logs by DP


Kevin Rye posted an update on his Mini 7-segment clock we covered previously:

UPDATE: I finally got in my rev 1.1 PCBs from OSH Park. I fixed the pin-swap problem with the display as well as rerouted Vcc to the Atmega a little better than before. Rev 1.0 was a little convoluted.
I also got in my custom laser-cut acrylic from Ponoko.
I put everything together and it works great! So glad to finally see this guy assembled and complete!
The image doesn’t do it justice. The display is super bright!
All the source files are available on my hobby site: Mini 7-Segment Clock

Via the project log forum.

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