ST RTC INTERNAL - BETA

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ST RTC INTERNAL - BETA

Post by exxos » Sun Aug 20, 2017 10:47 pm

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A community project between exxos, Thibaut Guillet, Jonathan Whiteside , and Troed Sangberg.

A simple internal RTC module was created to add a time and date clock to the ST without needing a cartridge. The design is based on the "forget me not clock" and is wired internally in "pass through" mode so it does not conflict with any cartridges which may be used on the cartridge port.

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Re: ST RTC INTERNAL - BETA

Post by rubber_jonnie » Mon Sep 04, 2017 10:16 am

Here's the docs I put together during the RTC project, hope they are useful for anyone who has an interest.
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RTC_Documentation.zip
My RTC documentation from the project.
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