"Modular" 6-digit Arduino Nixie Clock - power supply

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5 months 2 weeks ago #11961 by BS_Jim
Oh, the internals are just as "melty". I agree with Ty - just think warm thoughts and it will melt!

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3 months 1 week ago #12203 by ebretteville

Ian wrote: I would see 15V @ 6A as too much as well - also from a safety point of view: you could easily cause a fire if something failed in the clock with 90W of available input power.

A 12V @ 1A power supply is recommended. A 9V @ 1A supply will also work well.


Can you provide a link to a correct power supply. For example an affiliate link to amazon. Ths way we choose the correct power supply, voltage, current, and the mechanical socket and polarity and you get a little percentage supporting the project ;-)

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3 months 3 days ago #12220 by Hartmut E.
I use the power supplies from HN Electronic
HNP06-090L6 with 9 volts and 0.84 amps.

https://www.hn-electronic.de/?products=hnp06-l6-hn-power-steckernetzteil-6-watt-doe-vi&lang=en

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3 months 2 days ago #12221 by ebretteville
Thanks, looking for qsomething easier to buy in france that's why I choose amazon, widely use and there is the affiliate links for the project. Also, finding power supplies with correct caracteristics and a longer cable is trikky.

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