I was having a hard time reading the original datasheet I found online; but ended up guessing what anode and cathode are in russian; thanks for confirming!
I do not want to make a clock out of a kit, I want to do the programming myself. I am used to atmel microcontrollers, and have the equipment to program these.
I do not necessarily want to design a power transformer, and create a circuit on breadboard.
I am thinking of getting a ready-made PCB to spare me the design time and wiring headeach.
I have been searching for someone who'd have clock kits that would be willing to sell bare PCBs.
Ideally, it would be from a 2-board design (I'd make my own tube board to connect to it); would accept an AVR microcontroller and do the upconversion of power as well as distribution to anodes and cathodes, controller by said AVR.