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  • DS3231 OLED Alarm Clock With 2-button Menu Setting and Temperature Display

    Thank you for the tips, I now think I know what I was doing wrong. That seems like a lot of restrictions for a picture but I will try. Sorry but 1 last question, when you hit the export button can it just be exported into a general folder or must it be exported straight into the sketch?

    Hi ,great work on your alarm clock. I hope you don't mind but I would be very interested in how you made all these changes, do you have some sort of wiring diagram or something a noob could understand? I especially would like to know the LiPo battery connections and voltage, is it a 3.7 volt battery. Also the on/off switch how was that wired. Sorry for the questions but I am relatively new to these devices and am just trying to learn. Thank you

    I am pretty new to these Arduino's and OLed displays but I just wanted to say thank you for posting this great little alarm clock project. I have tried hundreds of sketches from different online sources and I cant get most of them to work but when yours worked the first time I got excited again and optimistic for future projects. I had some spare parts lying around and in about 10 minutes I had this working perfectly. I used the Arduino 1.8.1 IDE (the newest version at this time). I also tried compiling to a couple different boards, the Nano, the Pro Mini, and the Uno, and they also had no problem. I would like to change the Pusheen graphic to a silhouette of the B9 robot or of the Jupiter 2 but when I tried the LCD Assistant I get nothing is there anything else I could try. As you can ...see more »I am pretty new to these Arduino's and OLed displays but I just wanted to say thank you for posting this great little alarm clock project. I have tried hundreds of sketches from different online sources and I cant get most of them to work but when yours worked the first time I got excited again and optimistic for future projects. I had some spare parts lying around and in about 10 minutes I had this working perfectly. I used the Arduino 1.8.1 IDE (the newest version at this time). I also tried compiling to a couple different boards, the Nano, the Pro Mini, and the Uno, and they also had no problem. I would like to change the Pusheen graphic to a silhouette of the B9 robot or of the Jupiter 2 but when I tried the LCD Assistant I get nothing is there anything else I could try. As you can see i used a two color OLed but i am considering the larger 1.33 OLed because I don't see that well without my glasses do you have any ideas on how to do that? Again thank you for this cool little alarm clock.

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  • DS3231 OLED Alarm Clock With 2-button Menu Setting and Temperature Display

    I also wanted to ask about the line in the instructions that states "Step 3: Technical Details The software enables a very accurate 1Hz PPS signal on the "SQW" pin of the DS3231 module". I did not see anywhere in the instructions where it says to hook up that particular pin. Are we supposed to hook it up and if so which pin on the Arduino do we plug it to? Thank youAgain great little project thank you for posting it. Projects like this are a great way for us to learn with.

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  • robotjam commented on deba168's instructable SOLAR POWERED ARDUINO WEATHER STATION4 weeks ago
    SOLAR POWERED ARDUINO WEATHER STATION

    Hello, I am new to these Arduino things and I think this instructable is perfect to help me learn. First thank you for posting this. I am fully following your instructions letter for letter. I do have a question (besides the fact that I am having some problems with the sketches). My question is about the accuracy of the completed solar powered transmitter. Where is it placed outdoors, in the sun or in the shade? My concern is the whole transmitter circuit is enclosed in a plastic box, wouldn't there be excessive heat build up? Would this project be accurate if I placed the box in the shade and ran a power wire to the solar panel located somewhere close but in the sunlight? Again thank you for this great instructable.

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