Introduction: Setting a Real Time Clock (RTC) With an Arduino Pro Micro


For a lot of projects, you need to be able to know the real time. It being precise seconds, the time of the day, or the date of the month, a RTC Real Time Clock Module is the answer to that need.

With low-power consumption, advanced accuracy, calibration and 2 alarm features, our Real Time Clock and Calendar Module based on the Microchip MCP79401 RTC, is packed with functionality!

What You Will Need:
ARDUINO PRO MINI 328 - 5V/16MHZ
5V FTDI BASIC USB TO SERIAL CONVERTER
REAL TIME CLOCK MODULE
Jumper Wires

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