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 The time data inside the ChronoDot is organized as shown in the table below. Many registers are formatted as BCD (binary coded decimal) where each nibble determines an upper and lower digit. Some registers have special bits, and some registers have special functions like alarms or square wave output. The time data inside the ChronoDot is organized as shown in the table below. Many registers are formatted as BCD (binary coded decimal) where each nibble determines an upper and lower digit. Some registers have special bits, and some registers have special functions like alarms or square wave output.
  
-^ ADDRESS ^  BIT 7\\ MSB  ^ BIT 6 ^ BIT 5 ^ BIT 4 ^ BIT 3 ^ BIT 2 ^ BIT 1 ^  BIT 0\\ LSB  ^ FUNCTION ^ RANGE ^+ ADDRESS ​ ^  BIT 7\\ MSB  ^  BIT 6   BIT 5   BIT 4   BIT 3   BIT 2   BIT 1  ^  BIT 0\\ LSB  ^  FUNCTION ​  RANGE  ^
 |  00h  |  0  |  10 Seconds ​ |||  Seconds ​ ||||  Seconds ​ |  00–59 ​ | |  00h  |  0  |  10 Seconds ​ |||  Seconds ​ ||||  Seconds ​ |  00–59 ​ |
 |  01h  |  0  |  10 Minutes ​ |||  Minutes ​ ||||  Minutes ​ |  00–59 ​ | |  01h  |  0  |  10 Minutes ​ |||  Minutes ​ ||||  Minutes ​ |  00–59 ​ |
 |  02h  |  0  |  12/<​html><​span style="​text-decoration:​ overline">​24</​span></​html> ​ |  <​html><​span style="​text-decoration:​ overline">​AM</​span></​html>/​PM\\ 20 Hour  |  10 Hour  |  Hour  ||||  Hours  |  1–12 + <​html><​span style="​text-decoration:​ overline">​AM</​span></​html>/​PM\\ 00–23 ​ | |  02h  |  0  |  12/<​html><​span style="​text-decoration:​ overline">​24</​span></​html> ​ |  <​html><​span style="​text-decoration:​ overline">​AM</​span></​html>/​PM\\ 20 Hour  |  10 Hour  |  Hour  ||||  Hours  |  1–12 + <​html><​span style="​text-decoration:​ overline">​AM</​span></​html>/​PM\\ 00–23 ​ |
-03h 0 0 0 0 0 Day Day 1–7 +|  ​03h  ​|  ​ ​|  ​ ​|  ​ ​|  ​ ​|  ​ ​|  ​Day  ​|||  ​Day  ​|  ​1–7  | 
-04h 0 0 10 Date Date Date 01–31 +|  ​04h  ​|  ​ ​|  ​ ​|  ​10 Date  ​||  ​Date  ​||||  ​Date  ​|  ​01–31 ​ | 
-05h Century 0 0 10 Month Month +|  ​05h  ​|  ​Century ​ ​|  ​ ​|  ​ ​|  ​10 Month  ​|  ​Month  ​||||  ​Month/\\ Century ​ ​|  ​01–12 +\\ Century ​ | 
-Month/ +|  ​06h  ​|  ​10 Year  ​||||  ​Year  ​||||  ​Year  ​|  ​00–99 ​ | 
-Century +|  ​07h  ​|  ​A1M1  ​|  ​10 Seconds ​ ​|||  ​Seconds ​ ​||||  ​Alarm 1 Seconds ​ ​|  ​00–59 ​ | 
-01–12 + +|  ​08h  ​|  ​A1M2  ​|  ​10 Minutes ​ ​|||  ​Minutes ​ ​||||  ​Alarm 1 Minutes ​ ​|  ​00–59 ​ | 
-Century +|  ​09h  ​|  ​A1M3  ​|  ​12/<​html><​span style="​text-decoration:​ overline">​24</​span></​html> ​ |  <​html><​span style="​text-decoration:​ overline">​AM</​span></​html>/​PM\\ ​20 Hour  ​|  ​10 Hour  ​|  ​Hour  ​||||  ​Alarm 1 Hours  ​|  ​1–12 + <​html><​span style="​text-decoration:​ overline">​AM</​span></​html>​/PM\\ 00–23 ​ | 
-06h 10 Year Year Year 00–99 +|  ​0Ah  ​|  ​A1M4  ​|  ​DY/<​html><​span style="​text-decoration:​ overline">​DT</​span></​html> ​ |  ​10 Date  ​|| ​ Day\\ Date  ​|||| ​ Alarm 1 Day\\ Alarm 1 Date  ​| ​ 1-7\\ 1–31 ​ | 
-07h A1M1 10 Seconds Seconds Alarm 1 Seconds 00–59 +|  ​0Bh  ​|  ​A2M2  ​|  ​10 Minutes ​ ​|||  ​Minutes ​ ​||||  ​Alarm 2 Minutes ​ ​|  ​00–59 ​ | 
-08h A1M2 10 Minutes Minutes Alarm 1 Minutes 00–59 +|  ​0Ch  ​|  ​A2M3  ​|  ​12/<​html><​span style="​text-decoration:​ overline">​24</​span></​html> ​ |  <​html><​span style="​text-decoration:​ overline">​AM</​span></​html>/​PM\\ ​20 Hour  ​|  ​10 Hour  ​|  ​Hour  ​||||  ​Alarm 2 Hours  ​|  ​1–12 + <​html><​span style="​text-decoration:​ overline">​AM</​span></​html>​/PM\\ 00–23 ​ | 
-AM/PM +|  ​0Dh  ​|  ​A2M4  ​|  ​DY/<​html><​span style="​text-decoration:​ overline">​DT</​span></​html> ​ |  ​10 Date  ​|| ​ Day\\ Date  ​|||| ​ Alarm 2 Day\\ Alarm 2 Date  ​| ​ 1-7\\ 1–31 ​ | 
-09h A1M3 12/24 +|  ​0Eh  ​|  ​EOSC  ​|  ​BBSQW  ​|  ​CONV  ​|  ​RS2  ​|  ​RS1  ​|  ​INTCN  ​|  ​A2IE  ​|  ​A1IE  ​|  ​Control ​ ​|  ​—  | 
-20 Hour +|  ​0Fh  ​|  ​OSF  ​|  ​ ​|  ​ ​|  ​ ​|  ​EN32kHz ​ ​|  ​BSY  ​|  ​A2F  ​|  ​A1F  ​|  ​Control/​Status ​ ​|  ​—  | 
-10 Hour Hour Alarm 1 Hours +|  ​10h  ​|  ​SIGN  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​Aging Offset ​ ​|  ​—  | 
-1–12 + AM/PM +|  ​11h  ​|  ​SIGN  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​MSB of Temp  ​|  ​—  | 
-00–23 +|  ​12h  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​DATA  ​|  ​ ​|  ​ ​|  ​ ​|  ​ ​|  ​ ​|  ​ ​|  ​LSB of Temp  ​|  ​—  |
-Day Alarm 1 Day 1–7 +
-0Ah A1M4 DY/DT 10 Date +
-Date Alarm 1 Date 1–31 +
-0Bh A2M2 10 Minutes Minutes Alarm 2 Minutes 00–59 +
-AM/PM +
-0Ch A2M3 12/24 +
-20 Hour +
-10 Hour Hour Alarm 2 Hours +
-1–12 + AM/PM +
-00–23 +
-Day Alarm 2 Day 1–7 +
-0Dh A2M4 DY/DT 10 Date +
-Date Alarm 2 Date 1–31 +
-0Eh EOSC BBSQW CONV RS2 RS1 INTCN A2IE A1IE Control — +
-0Fh OSF 0 0 0 EN32kHz BSY A2F A1F Control/​Status — +
-10h SIGN DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA Aging Offset — +
-11h SIGN DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA MSB of Temp — +
-12h DATA DATA 0 0 0 0 0 0 LSB of Temp —+
  
  
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