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Another DIY GLCD clock built

Friday, September 7th, 2012

Scorpia built Ezflyr's GLCD clock project we blogged about here. After some debugging, and help from Ezflyr, he was able to get it up and running. The project is based around the 75×52.7mm 128×64 Graphic LCD. The time keeping is delegated to a battery-backed Dallas DS-3231 RTC. A PIC 16F876A is used...

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DIY GLCD clock project

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011

ezflyr posted his GLCD clock PIC project: The project is based around the 75x52.7mm 128x64 Graphic LCD. The time keeping is delegated to a battery-backed Dallas DS-3231 RTC. A PIC 16F876A is used to tie it all together. The PCB was designed to fit nicely behind the display. It is operated via...

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GLCD clock with large graphical LCD

Monday, September 26th, 2011

ezflyr posted his GLCD clock with large graphical LCD in the project log forum: I've made quite a bit of progress on my GLCD clock project in the last week or so. I've now got the time keeping routines, and the GPS 'sync' routines working flawlessly. When connected to a...

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