Nixie Tube Clock - Amy Time!

When Reboots saw an old General Electric battery charger, he thought it would make a great Nixie Clock enclosure. It is made of aluminium and front panel is home-built and etched in acid.

Electronics are built around ATmega48 microcontroller, DS32kHz 32.768kHz TCXO whose output is connected to TOSC1 input pin of microcontroller. Nixie tubes (IN-12) are driven by high-voltage shift-register (serial-in parallel-out) HV5622. High voltage generator for this project is built using good old MC34063A in step-up configuration.

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imam elektronske cijevi sa slike ako nekome treba slobodno nek se javi,imam ih desetak
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zdravo omron
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