An animated hour glass built on top of a $3 Hourglass Shape Flashing LED DIY Kit.
Replacement for broken mechanical timer of a washing machine with electronic timer.
Measure how fast your Hot Wheels car moves at different points on your track or use it to tell how fast your race was.
Use an Arduino Nano to make a simple stopwatch!
Out of the M5Stack family only the M5StickC has an inbuilt RTC. Here's how to add one to your other M5Stack devices
A smart gadget designed to remind elder people about the pill taking time.
Create a very cheap and effective board for testing a servo using minimal parts. This uses a 555 timer and is sponsored by PCBgogo.com.
A low-cost, easy-to-build, high-power LED controller with a built-in programmable timer.
Use Meadow. Foundation to quickly and easily wire up a LCD screen and a RTC module to make a Christmas countdown display.
Learn how to turn your micro:bit to a countdown timer that emits light and sound using Snap Circuits components.
Here we are going to tell you about how to use PWM in STM32 based microcontroller, e.g. the STM32L100discovery-Discovery Kit.
Explanation on timer module in PIC microcontrollers.
The router worked hard every day without a break. It's quite hard to turn off the power every day, so I made a device to let it have a rest.
Display CPU TIME on ESP Wemos D1 OLED
From store bought to home builds, race your "Hot Wheels" and let the track determine who the winner is!
Be a productivity monster by connecting DC/AC stuff to your Pomodoro Timer Thingamajig! A pomodo timer using an MSP430 and a relay board.
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