Howard Constantine has created a new version of his Oscilloscope Clock V which is now equipped with a GPS module 1PPS that is capable of auto setting the time and date depending on your location.
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the unique Oscilloscope Clock V which is now available to backfire Kickstarter with pledges starting from $45 for the board alone or $145 for the standard kit.
The OSC4.4 version of the oscilloscope clock has several improvements in the hardware & firmware. The most significant change is the capability to add a GPS module to the pc board, which makes it possible to set the time & date automatically and to use the one pulse per second output from the module as a time base instead of the line frequency. It’s also possible to use an external 1PPS TTL signal as a time base. Other improvements include several changes in the design for easier component placement and changes to the firmware to make it possible to select the GPS autoset and time zone.
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