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2 Feb 2012

kalshagar.wikispaces.com writes:

Goal is to replace this Ikea super cheap timer that works … well, as good as something manual that you paied less than 200 JPY (less than 2 euro). Not precise, sometimes doesn’t ring, or ring just the blink of an eye, so easy to miss…

The new timer will:

  • Have a graphical LCD (bought one one year ago, never used it, needed a pretext, so…)
  • Work on battery (1x 9v battery)
  • Play music when it’s time
  • Use a speaker and amp
  • Possibly use a YMZ294 ?
  • In fact something else but much better…
  • Have an on/off system with a push-button, not a open/close switch In fact a tilt switch
  • No arduino, but a simple atmega 328 (more than sufficient)
  • Keep me busy a few days while allowing me to use some parts I bought long time ago and create a un-reasonable and out of price kitchen timer

Arduino KitchenTimer - [Link]

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