Alright I lied about not posting about my Arduino Uno based Clock/Temperature Sensor again, but this post is more about the enclosure than the guts. If you are interested in the guts check out my older post: Arduino-Uno-Clock-and-Temperature
If you haven't figured it out by now, I am addicted to mounting electronics in Altoids boxes. They are handy shielded enclosures that are the perfect size for most of my projects and are easy to modify with some sheet metal shears and a few drill bits. Also using these cases feeds my other addiction...... eating mints!
Now I have a very handy desk clock all mounted up and minty fresh!
Do you know this amazing clock project ?ReplyDelete
Can we do it with an arduino ?
Lauro - email@example.com
Thanks for posting that link. That Simpson Multimeter clock is great! Yeah I think an Arduino would work, you just have to use the PWM outputs to create a DC voltage or Current to control the analog meters.