A Real Time Clock Module for your Toadstool ProjectsDesigned by Crash-Bang Prototyping, Ships from South Africa
Note: For use with the range of Toadstool prototyping boards: Toadstool Mega328 Let your Toadstool Project Tell the Time Simply connect this RTC module to the standard header on your Toadstool an...Read More…
Note: For use with the range of Toadstool prototyping boards:
Simply connect this RTC module to the standard header on your Toadstool and your project can keep time. The RTC module is self-contained with all the supporting components you need to keep track of time. It includes a backup battery holder (coin cell battery not included).
The RTC IC on the breakout is the Microchip MCP79400. It connects using an I2C(TWI) interface, and:
Quick and easy prototyping, without having to add those extra wires and resistors to your project.
A sample project for the Toadstool Mega328 is on our Github site, to get you up and running fast.
Note: In order to protect the header pins, the board is shipped without them soldered on.
Due to shipping restrictions, the coin cell backup battery is not included
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