Digital Alarm Clock

Digital Alarm Clock

Variation shown: Orange
Buy priceSell price
1600 Bells 400 Bells
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Obtain viaNook's Cranny
CustomizeNo customization options.
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HHA points103
Variations
Name in other languages
デジタルアラームどけい
电子闹钟
電子鬧鐘
디지털 알람 시계
réveille-matin électrique
réveille-matin électrique
despertador digital
despertador digital
sveglia digitale
цифровой будильник
Digitalwecker
digitale wekker

The Digital Alarm Clock is a miscellaneous furniture item in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. As a miscellaneous item, it can be placed on either the ground or on top of a tabletop.

Shop for digital alarm clock online at Target. Choose from contactless Same Day Delivery, Drive Up and more. A digital alarm clock is a very useful device as it can display the current time as well as function as an alarming device. The circuit shown above can act as a simple digital alarm clock without requirement of any programming.

The Digital Alarm Clock can be obtained from Nook's Cranny for 1,600 Bells.

This item appears in the homes of the following villagers: Axel, Claude, Drake, Frobert, Lionel, Peck.

Variations

The Digital Alarm Clock has 8 variations.


Digital Alarm Clock Kit

Orange
Orange

White
Lime
Green

Green
Light Blue
Aqua

Orange
Blue
Blue

Yellow
Purple
Purple

Green
Pink
Red

White
White
White

Aqua
Black
Black

Red

References

  • Includes data sourced from the ACNH Spreadsheet project (Spreadsheet - Translations)


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Do you want to learn how to set a digital alarm clock?

With how fast-paced the world is right now, many people wake up early to prepare themselves for the day ahead. Waking up early also allows people to be more productive as they have more time to do more throughout the day. The only problem is that it’s hard to become an early riser on your own.

You will need some help to wake up early. Some people set alarms on their phones, but these are often not enough to wake someone up. The only way to ensure that you get up is to get yourself a proper digital alarm clock.

These are louder and encourage you to get up to turn them off, helping you wake up in the process. All you need to do is set the clock. Read on and learn how to set a clock.

Contents

Types of Digital Clocks

The first thing you must do is know which kind of digital clock you’ll need. Some digital clocks have unique features that set it apart from the rest. In time, people took these features and made different clock types out of them.

A good example of this is the electronic word clock. This started out as a feature where a clock uses an automated voice to tell you the time it is when you pressed a button.

Now, these clocks have their own identity in that they don’t show the time using a numeric display. They use pre-recorded sentences to tell you the time when you press a button. These make them the perfect clock for anyone who focuses on tasks and doesn’t want to break their attention to look at the time.

Tactile clocks are best for people who have visual impairments. They produce a representation of the time for these people to touch. These are often braille that pops out on top of the clock.

Digital Alarm Clock With Radio

If you want a bit of flair in your bedroom, a projection clock is what you’re looking for. These plaster a projection of the time on your wall or ceiling. The best projector alarm clocks will offer you more than you bargained for, too.

Power Up Your Clock

Once you get an alarm clock that you like, it’s time to power it up. You can go two ways when looking for a power source for your clock. Most people go for battery-powered alarm clocks because they’re more convenient.

Lead-acid batteries are on the path to extinction, though. These clocks also mean that you must change the batteries every so often. This makes them a less cost-efficient investment for yourself.

Socket-powered digital clocks are the way to go. While it means you won’t be able to move the clock too far, it will cost you less in the long run. The only problem with these is that they’ll die when there’s a power outage.

You must also be careful of a power surge with these digital clocks. They may overload the clock and damage them.

Familiarize Yourself With the Clock

The first thing you’ll notice is that the clock has many buttons for you to toy around with. Familiarizing yourself with these is the key to mastering your alarm clock. Most modern clocks will have a “snooze-light” button.

Pressing this button prompts a backlight to appear for some seconds. Doing this while an alarm is going makes it go to snooze for 5 minutes by default. You can set the snooze to go from 1-20 minutes if you want.

The “Set” button is what you’ll use most of the time to change the time and set your alarms. This button is often close to the up and down arrows that help you set the time. In some clocks, it’s renamed into the “Clock” or “Time” button.

Set the Current Time

Now that you know what you can do with the different buttons, it’s time to learn how to set a clock. Doing this allows the clock to localize and get accurate weather readings if you got one that connects to the Internet.

1400 utc to gmt

You can set the time by holding the “Set” button down for around two seconds. Doing this will allow you to use a 12-hour format or a 24-hour one. Pressing the button once again locks in your selection and proceed to allow you to set the time.

Digital Alarm Clock

Change the hour setting first into the appropriate hour and press “Set”. Once you do this, you’ll change the minute setting next. Press “Set” again and you’ll change the date this time around.

Keep in mind that you’ll follow the US date format in most alarm clocks. This means you’ll first set the month, then the day, and then the year. Pressing “Set” again after setting the year will save all the changes you made.

Set Your Alarm

Now that the time and date values are correct, setting an alarm should be easy. You only need to press the “ALM-SET” button to get started. Pressing this once will enable or disable the alarm.

To customize your time, you’ll have to hold the button for around two seconds. This puts you into the settings mode and lets you set your desired alarm time.

Same as above, you’ll set the value of the hour first. If you’re using the 12-hour format, the PM light will appear for afternoon and evening hours. Press the same button again to adjust the minute value.

Pressing the “ALM-SET” button once again allows you to save the input as your current alarm. The alarm will now go off at the time you set it on.

Learn How to Set a Digital Alarm Clock Today

Do you want to become a morning person? Waking up earlier is a great way to start on the path to being an early riser. Learn how to set a digital alarm clock and use it to wake up earlier today!

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Want to learn more about digital clocks? They can do more than waking you up with an alarm. Check out more of our blogs and guides to learn all you can about these neat devices today!