Need reliable electrical or mechanical 24hr timer


by wannab
Tags: 24hr, electrical, mechanical, reliable, timer
wannab
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Apr18-13, 06:32 PM
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It needs to perform at least 50 cycles with a cumulative error of no more than [+\-] 30 minutes. This is for a home project.

Any suggestions of components?
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russ_watters
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Apr18-13, 06:38 PM
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Cumulative error over what period of time?
wannab
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Apr19-13, 08:43 AM
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50*24 hours

Travis_King
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Apr19-13, 10:56 AM
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Need reliable electrical or mechanical 24hr timer


I'm not sure I understand...why can't you use a clock (either electrical or mechanical)?


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