This 60kHz WWVB atomic radio controlled clock receiver is an exclusive product made for Universal Solder. We designed this product in particular for the use with micro controllers. Therefore, the operating voltage is 1.5 to 5.5V, and it is compatible to 1.8V, 3.3V, and 5V logic level. It can replace for example the obviously discontinued C-MAX CMMR-6P-60.
We decided to produce the 60kHz atomic clock receiver with an extra long 100 mm antenna to ensure a good reception also in Canada and not only in US (please see coverage map).
Our 60kHz atomic clock receiver module works with the sender in Fort Collins (for USA, Canada), MSF in England, and JJY60 in Japan.
Don’t look any further: Our 60kHz atomic clock receiver module is always available!
The biggest advantage compared to other modules:
– it is available !!!
– wide operating voltage range 1.5 to 5.5V
– 100 mm long antenna
– current consumption only about 50µA
– super high sensitivity of 0.4µV (RMS)
– power down control pin
– fast start-up
– AGC control on/off
If you don’t want to develop your own project, you can find many projects online, using DCF77 (Europe) or 60kHz atomic clock receiver.
From Arduino data logger to Nixon tube clocks. There are also libraries for Arduino IDE and other development sources online.
We highly recommend to read the official Wikipedia article about WWVB (Fort Collins) time signal.
Download data sheet for the receiver module.
Download detailed data sheet for the MAS6180C receiver IC.
Click HERE for the DCF77 version for Europe.