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This Arduino Tiny RTC I2C DS1307 module has a real time clock for I2C protocol and an EEPROM memory for storage IC I2C EEPROM 24C32 32K.

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Step 1: Serial Terminal - Components and Materials Required for Testing

Components and materials required for testing

1- ESP8266 01

1- DS1307 RTC+ 24C32

Wires

Step 2: Circuit

Step 3: Descargas - Downloads

Descargas - Downloads

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why are you using a real time clock if you can get the time over the esp from a ntp Server?
<p>Good question but there are a few reasons: getting it from an RTC is in fact quicker. Also, when one uses the ESP as a client to get time from an ntp server, but at the same time want it to do something else as a host then that may cause some problems. I am sure it is possible but wouldnt directly know how</p>
Hi, If you're right, we agree<br>But I'm doing something like this application:<br>https://revspace.nl/EspWifiTracker<br>and I have no connection to any network for a long time<br>regards

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