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Spectral clock - Propeller Clock

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  • #62
    krystian.w
    Level 12  
    Impressive design
    :)


    What programs did you use to write the code and design the PCB?
  • #63
    mb1988
    Level 12  
    A tile designed in Protel, soft written in the WinAVR package.
  • #64
    krzys99
    Level 12  
    A great effect, applauding for the constructor
    :D
  • #65
    Meny93
    Level 10  
    It's nice that everything is already documented, but I do not know how to recreate these files I was looking at Google and I used lots of programs but none of them worked
  • #66
    Slaby
    Level 12  
    As for the schematic and the printed circuit board, the project is created in the "Protel" program and only with a protel you can open these files. If you do not have a protela you can order a free 30-day version of the protela from the distributor of this program.
    here is the link:

    http://www.evatronix.com.pl/ad6/evaluation.html
  • #67
    netMaster
    Level 13  
    Request
    :)
    if someone with a protel could open the diagram and click on the screenshot and then save and from the clipboard in the jpg file ??
    it will make life easier for people who do not have contact with the protel
    thanks
    :)

    I am waiting for IR control
    :)
  • #68
    CEZAR[pl]
    Level 2  
    What are these MBIs, does anyone know.
  • #69
    hetm4n
    Level 20  
    such a question, is the soft for this clock the same as in the movie ??? As for me, this animation is fecund: I intend to construct it, d
  • #70
    netMaster
    Level 13  
    read exactly, everything is written with animation.
  • #71
    noopS
    Level 17  
    or maybe someone knows where in Poland you can get TDA5140
  • #73
    Dariusz Goliński
    Level 22  
    And I have another question for the author
    How do you cut plexiglass?
    The rails are sharp and not dull. As far as I know how to make them not matt, I do not know how you did it, that they are perfectly straight and with a sharp edge.
  • #74
    mb1988
    Level 12  
    It was cut with a circular saw with a saw blade. This saw cuts the plexiglass very evenly, does not tear the edge. However, what you see in the film is the result of an additional several hours of processing. I cleaned the edges of cut-to-size pieces with an oscillating grinder and water papers in succession 300, 600, 800, 1200, and finally with a felt also attached to this grinder and (not a joke) toothpaste. It's good to grind a few pieces at a time, because then we do not round the edges. As a result, we get perfectly polished and sharp edges.
  • #75
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  • #76
    Freddie Chopin
    MCUs specialist
    Well, he writes above, with rubbing paper, with less and less grain, and then felt.

    0x41 0x56 0x45 !!
  • #77
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  • #80
    Slaby
    Level 12  
    MBI are Macroblock systems. These are basically serial registers with parallel outputs. They are power outputs, that means they can directly control eg LED diodes. The current flowing into the tip of row 20 to even in some 90-100mA systems. Very simple so in the control and relatively cheap.
    For me in the company we use the same with 16-bit as diode drivers for light boards.
  • #81
    netMaster
    Level 13  
    where can you get these MBI circuits ?? and these TDA ??
  • #82
    Slaby
    Level 12  
    You can buy 16-bit MBI systems, for example, in the MARITEX warehouse.
    but instead of Macroblock systems you can use other manufacturers, for example, the ST company also produces such or Toshiba. ST even sends free samples
    :)

    However, TDA hmm, for example at Transfer-elektronik www.transfer-elektronik.com.
    greetings
  • #83
    mb1988
    Level 12  
    I confirm that in the project you can use 16-bit systems, they were also in the first version, but later I changed to 8-bit for purely technical reasons - I just could not fit on the tile. I also agree on the simplicity of control - the first driver responsible for data transfer to the systems was made about 10 minutes after opening the datasheet.
  • #84
    netMaster
    Level 13  
    jake are the markings of the replacements for these ulkadow MBI ??
  • #85
    Uszol 1990
    Level 29  
    I was interested in this construction
    :)

    and I have a question for the author
    :D
    does it provide any other versions with contactless power supply?
  • #86
    rafiozo1
    Level 12  
    such a thing can be easily balanced but you need to have a hole drilled centrally. So if we have a hole, we put a screwdriver in it and look in which direction we twist and add or subtract the weight on the ends depending on the possibilities.
  • #87
    hetm4n
    Level 20  
    I have a question, is there any store where I can order all the elements at the same time? Because when I was looking for it after each scalaku in a separate store I would have to order, and this unfortunately falls off because the shipment would not be badly paid; /; /
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  • #89
    andrew16
    Level 16  
    Very good design and implementation, if you keep trying, you will be people. Of course, they will be on the forum and critics of your performance, but do not worry about them and do your part.
  • #90
    przemm91
    Level 10  
    Quote:
    traax wrote:
    I have a question, is there any store where I can order all elements at once ??? because when I was looking for it after each scalaku in a separate store I would have to order, and this unfortunately falls off because I would not pay badly; /; /

    Quote:
    AVT?

    Oh, I'm afraid you will not find all the elements there.
    But if you find something somewhere, give me the link to pw.