Update your clock
- 1.Use a computer that has a micro SD Card reader (or have a micro SD card reader you can use with the computer.)
- 3.Download one of the files under "Clock Update Downloads" below to the computer. (Please note these are large files, 2-4GB)
- 4.Using BalenaEtcher, write the file to the micro SD Card
- 5.Open up the back of the clock
- 7.Check that the display now reads “7 years, 1xx days...”
After updating be sure to check if you're clock's deadline matches the one at the top of our website at ClimateClock.world. If not you'll need to provide it with internet access so it can get synced with our API.
Turn your clock off and then connect your clock's mini-computer with an Ethernet cable to a router or modem with internet access. Turn your clock back on and after a minute or so you should see the time on the clock update to match the website.
Tip: If you don't have a spare ethernet cable, but you have a home setup with a wireless router and a modem then the two will be connected with an ethernet cable by which the modem supplies the router with internet access. You can temporarily disconnect the ethernet cable from the router and plug it into the climate clock (of course replace it when you're done 🤓)!
Choose your lifeline to display:
The arrow is pointing to the Raspberry pi in the picture below, and the display shows
The image shows a clock displaying an outdated version of the Climate Clock OS, if your clock's font and colors match the above it's time for the software update above!