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old HDD transformed into a Propeller Clock.
PIC16F876A + magnetic field sensor for counting the number of rotations.
<p>But... How did you make it?</p>
<p>Isn't this how it works?:</p><p><iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="281" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/LIvihYPq_mQ" width="500"></iframe></p>
<p>&quot;this days I'm busy with another proyects&quot;.... 2 years ago... are you dead?</p>
<p>I am sorry, but I don't have any other photos, and to tell much about it now it would take too long.</p><p>... it wasn't designed as an Instructables, was just a project for school.</p><p>I <br> replaced the platter from an old HDD with a small PCB. It has some SMD <br>LEDs, a microcontroller PIC16F876A and a Hall sensor that counts the <br>number of rotations. Depending on this I adjust the display of each <br>rotation. That's all ...</p>
<p>Looks nice, but it's not nice to share something as cool as this and not share in some detail how you made it. I'm sure you were so proud of this project that you still kept the schematics, notes, etc. Did you not?</p>
Can i have a schematic and pcb circuit? And part list too if you don't mind
Hi, we are interested in using your idea as a project in the electronics department of our school. Is there any chance you could write some kind of instructions on how this project was made and possibly the code used.<br>Thanks.
<p>Hi friends! Where is the project and plans for it????</p>
<p>SIR can u PLEASE tell me how did you make it.</p>
<p>sir can u plz send me the ckt diagram and codes of this project </p><p>sir plz send it on my mail ie red_anup@rediffmail.com</p>
<p>hi .which did you use program for that project? </p>
<p>please help me ,</p>
Nice work, but could you post some more informations on how to build this?
ok... this days I'm very busy with another projects, but very soon I will write a complete step-by-step instructables... :)
<p>waiting for the complete step by step instructables</p>
<p>I am sorry, but I don't have any other photos, and to tell much about it now it would take too long.</p><p>... it wasn't designed as an Instructables, was just a project for school.</p><p>I replaced the platter from an old HDD with a small PCB. It has some SMD LEDs, a microcontroller PIC16F876A and a Hall sensor that counts the number of rotations. Depending on this I adjust the display of each rotation. That's all ...</p>
I agree. This isn't exactly an &quot;Instructable&quot;
how to make? give me tutorial
How can I see the circuit diagram? I am interested in putting together this project .. <br>And I was like that. But I'm in Thailand. Which is interesting enough for me to begin to develop guidelines or Pattern for me to guide me.
How I can see the circuit diagrams? I'm interested in putting together this project ..
any chance of that step by step coming soon?
How is the spinning part powered?
through a kind of brushes on the rotor. :D
I hope you haven't forgotten about this project. Waiting for your instructables guide.
I can see you posted that a while ago, is the Instructable available yet ?
any update on diagram plz??
give the pcb diagram and the pic no. with code and hexfile<br>
could el wire be used
what was the circumference of the big circles on the outside and the inside
When you post the Instructable for it, I will definitely be making one of these! This is so cool!

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