Introduction: A Simple Arduino Clock

This project was developed with three components only. By integrating an Arduino nano, a 16X2 LCD display, and a 12C module for LCD display so that you can build a Simple Arduino Clock.

Step 1: Bill of Materials

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1 Arduino Nano

1 16x2 LCD Display

1 12C Module for LCD Display

1 inch of foam tape, two-side glue

1 small Zip tie

4 jumper wire female to female or female to male

Step 2: Schematic

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In the project's diagram, you only follow each connection and you're done.

Step 3: Preparing the Connections

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Cut the end of each wire left free from the 12C module then remove its plastic insulation.

Step 4: Attaching the Foam Tape

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Attach the foam tape by removing the paper of one side of your foam tape.

Step 5: Soldering the Connections

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Solder the wires previously peeled to your Arduino nano. The corresponding pins are SDA, SCL, VCC, & GND to A4, A5, 5V, & GND.

Step 6: Installing the Arduino Nano

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For installing the Arduino nano, you only attach it on the remaining foam tape side by removing the paper on this. Once attached the Arduino nano, you can use the Zip tie to glue.

Step 7: Uploading the Code

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Once finished your project, you can upload the code at: https://pastebin.com/1dKSCEc1

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