The antennas are expected to be back in stock by end of December. Then this product will become available again.
We created an ADK for the new EverSet ES100MOD Atomic Clock Receiver Module.
This Development Kit comes as easy to build DIY Soldering Kit and includes 1 Module EverSet ES100MOD and 1 Carrier Board.
CANADUINO EverSet ES100 Application Development Kit features a 4 line, 20 characters LCD, 2 fine-tuned 60kHz antennas with antenna holder, a real-time-clock (RTC) chip with a backup battery, and a pre-programmed, Arduino compatible ATmega328 Microcontroller already loaded with a demo program.
The Development Kit works as a high-precision atomic clock out of the box (after assembling). The display shows all available information like time, date, the current status of DST and next DST status change. It also shows which antenna was used for synchronizing (1 or 2) and how many trials it took to successfully receive and decode a complete frame.
– Platform: Arduino UNO compatible
– Processor: ATmega328P-PU, 16MHz (5V)
– Power Supply: 5V, <100mA
– RTC: DS1307 with backup battery CR1220
– I/O: 5 x GPIO, 4 x analog in, 1 x serial RX/TX, 1 x ICSP
– Buttons: 1 x reset, 3 x user definable
– Display: 4 x 20 character LCD with backlight (5V)
– On-Board 3.3V voltage regulator for ES100MOD
– On-Board Level Shifter 3.3-5V
The board offers a 1×6 female header to connect with an ES100MOD Carrier Board and a spot for an ES100MOD Module without Carrier Board (direct PCB-to-PCB connection).
Note: The spread-parts picture in the gallery is for reference only. The actually included parts are listed in the following documentation. Sometimes we have to replace non-critical parts with different ones, depending on availability. For example, the 220µF capacitor could be a 470µF type in your kit.
Download: PCB Position Print
Download: Test Code (Arduino) with serial output
Download: ES100 Arduino library
Download: ADK Demo Code with LCD output (Arduino)