note on wall clock
just looking at it and have a few notes that you may or may not have considered:
- put the sticks for each segment in series, assuming you are using 5 volts I think this will just decrease the value of your current limiting
- by displaying only one digit at a time and scanning them 30 times a second you need only 8 + 4 or so output bits. It will change your current limiting resistor again as the peak current needs to be higher.
Nice project, I will keep my eye on it.
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