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Rob 
New Amigakit RTC module with extra functions.
Posted on 13-Mar-2021 13:08:46
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Joined: 20-Mar-2003
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From: S.Wales

I was just browsing the new products section over at Amigakit where I found they have a new RTC module available with some new features that measure the health of some aspects of your Amiga.

More info can be found here. They have also discounted their standard RTC module by 15%. If you need one of those instead click here.

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Re: New Amigakit RTC module with extra functions.
Posted on 13-Mar-2021 20:04:34
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From: UK

@Rob

That’s actually quite a clever idea. Presumably the clock chip they already used was talking over i2c or SPI, so in that case adding a few more sensors comes quite easy.

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