ClockSquared schematic now available

A crop of the Clocksquared electronics schematic file

There have been no website updates this past year, which, I must admit, is a bit boring. However, during that time, I was busy travelling around the world. That definitely was not boring!

I am writing because I have been working to improve ClockSquared. I am working on a complete redesign of its internal parts, including the electronics. The new design will use a single PCB to accommodate all electronics including LEDs, Arduino, RTC and other peripherals/modules.

Over the years, many people have requested that I send them the schematic for ClockSquared’s electronics, but funnily enough, this file simply did not exist as I never bothered to create it. Moreover, the electronics are quite simple to understand. However, since a schematic file is an absolute necessity for PCB design, it has finally been done. Therefore, I am pleased to announce that a full schematic of ClockSquared’s electronics is now available in the ClockSquared Github repo as a PDF file.

The schematic accounts for all essential electronics and also has extra I/O connectors for peripherals such as a bluetooth module, additional I2C devices or an LDR sensor.

I am a bit new to PCB development, so I’m not entirely sure if this schematic is in line with common design/layout standards. I do know for sure that the actual wiring is correct, so no worries about that. I hope that this file will help more people to build their own ClockSquared!

One thought on “ClockSquared schematic now available”

  1. The rapid development of technology certainly makes us and everyone else have to continue to adapt in order to be able to follow an increasingly sophisticated and modern lifestyle.

    many things change in our daily lives because of technology and various tools created by various technology manufacturers. including the tools that you create will make a lot of changes and we hope to help many people improve the effectiveness and efficiency of work.

    From the tool that you made, I hope that you would like to tell how you made it to what it is today in order to inspire and motivate other people in making a sophisticated tool and helping many people

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