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Which is exactly what I've been doing up 'til now and the reason why I've started this topic
Jeff wrote: Until then, you'll have to wait or live with whatever is available now.
Thanks Steve, that surely looks interesting. I'll have to do some reading and see if it's a solution.
cf8m wrote: hi have a look at www.arduinix.com i dont know how to put a proper link to the site so that is just their web address it may not be what you are after but it worth a look
As I see it, most builders are reinventing the wheel every time they're building a clock. Thus making kits quite expensive for all the effort they've made to design it. If there was 1 tiny module which can do all the basics you need for building a clock there would be no need to come up with a new PCB design for every clock.
mjsangster wrote: Not sure what the market would be for a small direct drive board with no Nixie sockets/solder receptacles. A small run of boards would be expensive - soldering smd is not for everyone, either.
What size board were you thinking of? Would it include High voltage supply, too?