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USB RTC for Raspberry Pi : Now Time is in your Hands

A project in London, UK by Amrit Singh

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MCP2221 USB-I2C Converter | DS3231 High-Precision RTC Chip | TCXO | Inbuilt-Temperature Sensor | Cross-Platform Compatibility
Backers: 70
Average Pledge Per Backer: £41

Funded: £2,869 of £500
Dates: Apr 2nd -> May 2nd (30 days)
Project By: Amrit Singh
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Latest News

$20 add-on provides Real-Time Clock for the Raspberry Pi

April 27th - via:
A start-up led by Amrit Singh has successfully launched a Real-Time Clock add-on for the Raspberry Pi to record the passing of time and provide timestamps. The USB RTC for Raspberry Pi is not a HAT, but an add-on board/dongle that plugs into a Raspberry Pi USB port. The USB interface is said to avoid the need for jumper cables, soldering wires, or integrating an external PCB to add an RTC to the Pi. (Read More)

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