DIY, BUILD YOUR OWN DIGITAL BINARY CLOCK!!!

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Introduction: DIY, BUILD YOUR OWN DIGITAL BINARY CLOCK!!!

This Instructable shows how to build a digital clock in the simplest way. You only need a few tools and a little time ...

Step 1: Introduction

There are two ways to build your own binary clock.
1.- One is to make your own PCB. Learning a bit of micro controllers. Have a micro recorder. Some experience in electronics and putting hands to work.
2.- But. If you like electronics and you do not have time for all of the above can use this instructable. Just go to ebay purchase a kit of construction and welded parts.

This KIY is designed for people with little or no experience on electronics. Who want to start in this world.

There is the ebay place: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&item=250375293631

Step 2:

After ordering. It is only necessary to have some tools and a little time and your watch will be ready.

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    This clock does not look at all like the one Ahmed Mohamed built. What is going on with that??

    Sorry but even the e-bay link doesn't work...

    Lets see a schematic and some code.

    Where is the parts list and code. Plz

    lol, you didn't expect it?

    nice but there is no complite operation exibition up load a trial video

    This looks like a wonderfully friendly kit. But, what if we really want to do it ourselves? Where can we get a real parts list and instructions on how you programmed the chip?

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    I will put all the code and full instructable soon.

    Hi jrubiogtz,

    Can you put up the code and the partslist, like you promised?

    Greets,
    Tristan

     not to be rude or anything, but i've made many more instructables that weren't able to be posted because they didn't have enough info, how is this one still here? it's just good for a slideshow...
    even though it's more advertising

    tell how to set the component and how to program this thing