Nixie Tube Shield Kit for Arduino, Electronic DIY Kit for Soldering, PCBs + Parts (Tubes Not Included)Designed by My Electronics, Ships from Germany
Nixie Tube Shield for Arduino This electronic DIY kit allows you to drive any Nixie tube you want with an Arduino. It is a modular system consisting of a High Voltage Power Supply and a Socket Modu...Read More…
This electronic DIY kit allows you to drive any Nixie tube you want with an Arduino. It is a modular system consisting of a High Voltage Power Supply and a Socket Module depending on the type of Nixie tube you want to drive. You can use the kit to getting started with Nixie tubes and to build, e.g., a one-digit clock or a simple counter.
The Nixie tubes are not included and have to be purchased separately.
The kit comes with an printed assembly instruction and a detailed functional description. A preview of the can be found here: Download PDF Instructions. The schematics and the functional description are only provided when purchasing the kit.
The shield needs an Arduino UNO or MEGA to function. The sketches are uploaded using the Arduino IDE. The sample sketch to operate the Nixie tube shield can be downloaded from our GitHub repository: Download Sample Sketch.
The shield comes as a kit for soldering. A side cutter and a soldering iron are required to build the kit.
The kit includes all parts and PCBs except the Nixie tubes. THE NIXIE TUBES ARE NOT INCLUDED.
The parts you'll receive may have minor differences from the photos but will have the same functionality.
This circuit design includes a switch-mode voltage converter which generates 170 V. DO NOT USE IF YOU DON'T KNOW HOW TO HANDLE HIGH VOLTAGES. You are responsible for the safety during the assembly and operation of this device.
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I'm a physicist from Germany with a passion for electrical engineering and computer programming. I enjoy designing PCBs and electronic DIY kits and sharing my projects online under the pseudonym "My Electronics" since 2018.
The intention of my DIY kits is to serve an educational purpose trying to explain how things work in a comprehensible way. Therefore, each kit comes with an assembly instruction and a functional disctription. The kits are open source, however, the circuit diagrams are only providide when purchasing the kit.