Reviews From Customers (5)
I finally found a project to build around this module. It was a snap getting the module working and making use of Jack's library and examples. I had the module running in about 10 minutes, no joke. I hope you get these back in stock so more folks can enjoy them. Also, board quality is top notch and assembly is truly outstanding (wished my boards looked this nice). If you want an RTC module, just buy this right now, ok? You won't regret it.
Jan. 14, 2014
Jan. 15, 2014
I was able to get this breakout board wired into my Arduino project in just a few minutes, and I had time synchronization in 2 lines of code. Great little package and very easy to use.
I've used the RTC's SRAM to record events and the EEPROM to store project settings, and the API has been very easy to use. I have not experimented with the advanced calibration features of the RTC yet, but I am delighted to have sub-second synchronized time for my project.
I'll post a link here in the blog post covering this project.
Aug. 18, 2013
Aug. 18, 2013
This is a classic electronics geek joke, executed extremely well. It will have a proud place on my desk at work. Also, I really appreciate that the hardware and software are open source, so it is completely hackable. Jack's microprocessor code is a great example for Arduino fans looking to scale down to the ATTiny.
March 16, 2013
I bought this for my 10 year old son. He really enjoyed soldering it together, and found it easy to solder, as compared to other kits he's tried. The price is great, and it's open source. I certainly recommend it to everyone.
Jan. 24, 2013
As the description says, a great gag gift or conversation piece. Comes with all of the parts, and was a just a simple project to solder together. For kids or people just getting started with electronics, a great project to start with.
Jan. 23, 2013