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This week I decided that I want to build a clock. I want a clock that

always have the right time so I need a component that can do this I did some research and I found the ds1302.

Step 1: Watch the Video

I made a video on YouTube where i show you how to do it! So go check that one out.

Step 2: Code

Here are the sketches used in this project http://bit.ly/codeclock

there are three sketches and two libraries make sure you installed these

you need to install the libraries "ds1302" and "lcdi²c"

Step 3: No I²c Lcd?

if you don't have a i²c lcd it's not a problem. open the folder ds1302 and then go to examples then open DS1302_LCD connect the normal lcd screen and this would work fine.

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<p>Can you give a part number or better description of the module for the Ds1302.</p>
Hi here is a link of the product http://m.aliexpress.com/item/32316287195.html
<p>pleaaase give us the library of the i2c</p>
<p>I have put them into the code part right now. </p>
<p>Hi where is the code. I could not found it.</p>
<p>The code can be found here: <a href="http://bit.ly/codeclock" rel="nofollow">http://bit.ly/codeclock</a></p>
<p>i did. thanks</p>

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