Binary clock with neon lamps

This is very nice looking binary clock that is equipped with 6×4 cool blue-phosphor neon lamps. It is designed to display binary time, but also it can play animations or do other stuff when programmed.

Clock is powered by AVR ATmega328 microcontroller. MCU takes a 60Hz signal from mains and then converts it to timing reference. So no RTC here what leads to lower accuracy as mains AC voltage frequency fluctuates a bit due to grid load intensity. But overall design looks great especially with these neon bulbs.

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