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Simple LED Clock PCB Design

Posted February 6, 2011 by Chris

Named ‘El Relojito’ (relojo = watch in spanish), this seemingly simple design is a great project for anyone ready to move past the rank of ‘amateur’. 60 LEDs surround the 7-segment leds telling you the time. A PIC micro controlls all the action. The write-up is in spanish, but the schematic/pictures should be enough to guide you.

6 Responses to “Simple LED Clock PCB Design”

  1. Electronics-Lab.com Blog » Blog Archive » Simple LED Clock PCB Design Says:

    […] Named ‘El Relojito’ (relojo = watch in spanish), this seemingly simple design is a great project for anyone ready to move past the rank of ‘amateur’. 60 LEDs surround the 7-segment leds telling you the time. A PIC micro controls all the action. The write-up is in spanish, but the schematic/pictures should be enough to guide you. [via] […]

  2. Anonymous Says:

    “El Reloj” means clock/watch. “Relojito” means little clock.

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  6. Xavier Casals Says:

    Watch in spanish is “reloj”, not “relojo” 😉
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