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Nuts & Volts Magazine (July 2017)

Build an ESP8266 World Clock

By Craig Lindley    View In Digital Edition  

The ESP8266 family of devices makes inexpensive access to the Internet possible, so it is a natural to use in digital and world clock applications. The world clock presented here makes use of NTP as the source of the time data and will automatically recover from Wi-Fi, Internet, or power disruptions. Plus, this world clock can be built for as little as $22.


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