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jcbarber
11-28-2006, 01:36 AM
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I'm a newbie and I'm trying to make a decimal clock (10 units = 1 day base 10 clock). I'd like to go down to 1/10000 of a day as by smallest unit (kinda like a second is in our base twelve system) which would be 8.64 seconds. Interger math doesn't allow the decimal so I thought if I could get something to resonate at 100hz then 864 counts would equal my 1/10000 of a day. I'm told using the stamp alone isn't very accurat. Any ideas? anyone know of some sort of IC timer that I could use. Using a divide by 10 circuit would take several to reduce a 1mHz resonator, I'd like to keep it simple

JCB

Larry~
11-28-2006, 02:26 AM
I’m uploading two programs one is the schematic the other is a dos program which gives you the resonator freq. For your desired freq. You have standard resonator’s for 1000 hz if that works