60kHz or 77.5kHz Atomic Clock AM Receiver Kit with tuned Antenna for WWVB (US, Canada) MSF (UK) and JJY60 (Japan)Designed by Universal-Solder in Canada
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What is it? CANADUINO® Atomic Clock AM Receiver Kit is available as 60kHz version for reception of WWVB in North America, MSF in England, and JJY60 in Japan, and also as 77.5kHz version for recepti...Read More…
CANADUINO® Atomic Clock AM Receiver Kit is available as 60kHz version for reception of WWVB in North America, MSF in England, and JJY60 in Japan, and also as 77.5kHz version for reception of DCF77 in Middle and Western Europe. The receiver module is build around the fantastic receiver chip from MAS (Finland), comes with 4 status LEDs, voltage controller, and CMOS buffer outputs for inverted and non-inverted signal.
We are sure this is the most sensitive, reliable and versatile module of its kind available today. This said, it will be the perfect receiver for your own atomic clock projects. With the super wide supply voltage range of 2-15V, the additional inverted output, and the 10mA output current capability will it also be the perfect choice for retrofitting.
Crystal, Antenna and Header are not factory assembled and need soldering (as to see on the main picture).
This is in the kit:
We designed the first version 4 years ago, when we needed some of these modules for our own projects and quickly figured out that there is just nothing available (anymore). The current 2nd version was developed in 2018 following wishes and requirements of many of our customers. We are the only manufacturer we know about who offers Atomic Clock Receiver modules designed for micro controller projects and replacement part for older or defective atomic clocks.
Other brands discontinued their atomic clock receiver modules already years ago, but the demand is still there, and rising. Thanks to easy to learn platforms like Arduino, and a growing community of makers and tinkerers.
Andrew Hooper’s WWVB clock Arduino project on GitHub.
Benjamin Russel’s AVR-ASM-WWVB-Atomic-Clock on GitHub.
The crazy "Arduino DCF77 Analyzer Clock MK2" from oliverb on Hackster.io
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