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By: Anonymous: Jeff Barr () on Friday, January 06 2012 @ 06:20 PM PST (Read 1195 times)  
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I have searched the site and cannot find the assembly guide for my Alpha Clock Five. It must be there somewhere...






       
   
By: Lenore (offline) on Friday, January 06 2012 @ 10:47 PM PST  
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Hi Jeff,
The bill of materials included with your kit should have the URL, which is:
http://wiki.evilmadscience.com/Alpha_Clock_Five

(now I'll go add that link to the product page, etc...)


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By: Anonymous: Jeff Barr () on Saturday, January 07 2012 @ 06:04 PM PST  
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Thanks Lenore!

I have assembled and tested my clock and it is working fine. What a nicely done kit. All of the parts fit together as expected, and the laser cut Plexiglass was impressively precise.

I can't figure out how to set the time from the Chronodot module. Is there an option to do that?

Next step -- write some custom code.







       
   
By: Windell (offline) on Sunday, January 08 2012 @ 02:10 PM PST  
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Awesome!

Time setting with the Chronodot should be completely transparent.

When you finish changing the time, the new time is "saved" to the Chronodot after a few seconds of delay. (There's usually a little blink to indicate saving.) After that, you should be able to hit the reset button (or just unplug it), and have it boot up again, still showing the correct time. If you hit the reset button and the time is flashing afterwards, or the time is wrong, then something has gone wrong.


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