I need what will basically be a digital stopwatch. It will need to be an accurate LCD timer/clock that can record a huge number of splits to1/60th of a second, and since nothing like what I need is on the market I'll obviously have to build one for myself, if this is possible.
This may be a simple project, or a really complex one. But I was hoping to get ideas on where/how to start.
Outisde of it's foot-print not being more than about 2 or 3 inches wide, the following is what I'm after...1) Two digital displays: A) One for the main timer, which can be reset to zero at the press of a button. B) One that will show the latest split time, at the press of a button.
2) The ability to record/recall *at least* 256 splits.
Any advice on what parts and where to get them would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks a lot.
Darren Harris Staten Island, New York.