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3 years 4 months ago #7212 by Ian
This is where you can get support for any of the Nixie clock kits based on the "Arduino Nixie Clock" code from https://github.com/isparkes/ArdunixNix6/tree/master/ardunixFade9_6_digit .

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3 years 4 months ago #7213 by Pacman223
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NICE!

have you made a one of these nixie clocks?

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3 years 4 months ago - 1 year 5 months ago #7214 by Ian
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Oh, yes, lots of them!

You can see the manuals here: http://www.www.nixieclock.biz/Manuals.html

And there is an associated shop here: http://www.www.nixieclock.biz/Store.html

The code (open source) for Version 1 firmware is here: Version 1 Firmware . Please see the Readme file for more information

The code (open source) for Version 2 firmware is here: Version 2 Firmware . Please see the Readme file for more information

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3 years 4 months ago - 3 years 4 months ago #7248 by Pacman223
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Very in testing.

A couple of questions for you.

I was waiting on the tiny nixie clock being proposed, but this might work also.

The case is going to be about 1.25" x 10"

Would this fit? Does it have its own high/low voltage on its board?..
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3 years 4 months ago #7250 by Ian
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No, unfortunately it won't fit. The dimensions are:

50mm * 60mm * 20mm (height)

1.97" * 2.35" 0.8" (height)

The 5V regulator is on board, and so is the HV generator.

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3 years 4 months ago - 3 years 4 months ago #7272 by Pacman223
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A few questions for you Ian.

Could your clock ever give the Tempature? And or Humidity?

I have a few clocks (from nixiekits.eu) that give Tempature and I love that feature.

Have you tried IN-18 tubes? Do you get blue spots?

Maybe I missed this part.. If it was already stated, but does your current code allow you to set the cathode protection (slot machine effect?) every 10 min? Or some sort of user selected length? I find every 10 min to be very appealing, vs every minute, or every hour

Next set of questions.

What do you need to transfer your program to your chip? I.e. If I got your board, could I use a USB plug and update its program?
What do you use to transfer the code to your board?

I'm thinking I do want to use this board for a clock, but I'm not sure I can or want to spend time actually writing/modifying the code for it.

Though... I do think that at some time, writing/modifying my own nixie clock code might be something that I would like to do in the future... Very interesting and different kind of project for me.
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