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Real-Time Clock Using DS3231 and P10 Display Matrix
This project demonstrates the use of electronics and embedded system with clock.
Dot-matrix display or more commonly referred to as free running text is often found in shops as a means of advertising their products, it is practical and flexible in its use that encourages business actors to use it as advertising advice. Now the use of dot-matrix display has spread, not just as advertiser media only, as well as prayer schedules, warning boards, queuing machines, etc.
Here, we will give a post about how I made a clock using P10 marix display and DS3231 RTC using Arduino.
Step 1: Hardware and Software Requirements
Arduino Uno x 1
Push button (Keypad) x 4
RTC Module (DS3231)
P10 Dot-matrix Display
DMD 2 Library / DMD Library
Before that, you need a supporting library that must be installed on Arduino IDE. To download the DMD2 library mentioned above
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We develop our own hardware and software projects and will try to build something new. Don’t worry if you don’t know how to program. I'll share the algorithm if you face any difficulties.