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Chronoduino board v0.3

Saturday, October 8th, 2011

The Chronoduino uses an Atmega168PA microprocessor. On the peripheral side there is a DS1337 RTC, a BMP085 barometric/temperature sensor, and a MCP73831 Li-Po battery charging IC. Numerous headers as well as two buttons, LED, and a buzzer are on the board. The idea behind the project is to design an Arduino watch platform (hence, quite...

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Chronoduino Arduino watch gets a homepage

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

orcinus documented the Chronoduino: It's a wiki with all the relevant info and data concerning Chronoduino, including the EAGLE files and all the datasheets. The software section is still missing, but (current) hardware should be all there. I've also finished revision 0.3 of the main board, containing a bunch of...

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Chronoduino expandable Arduino watch update

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

orcinus posted an update on his Chronoduino expandable Arduino watch. Via the project log forum.

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Chronoduino an expandable Arduino watch

Monday, July 25th, 2011

orcinus posted pictures of the Chronoduino expandable Arduino watch in the project log forum: So i've set out to design the ultimate Arduino watch platform that's also usable as an ultra-miniature sensor node and dubbed it (quite unimaginatively) - Chronoduino. Some parts are based off of Bazile Romaine's rev 3...

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