This is a WiFi enable nixie clock that uses a local internet connection to gather the time and the local weather forecast that is shown as the bottom with icons. This project uses readily-available...Read More…
This is a WiFi enable nixie clock that uses a local internet connection to gather the time and the local weather forecast that is shown as the bottom with icons. This project uses readily-available IN-4 and INS-1 Nixie display tubes.
The baseline product is JUST the PCB! No box, power supply, Nixie tubes, or components are included in the base PCB. The board was improved to provide external 12V power and a choice of HV power supplies. The components positions and silkscreen has been improved to show component placement and component orientations. See options if you want a more complete kit.
This Clock is designed by Jaraslaw Lupinski. The board was modified and slightly improved from the original design.
This project is recommended for moderate to advanced builders because of the high-voltage, tight spacing, and requirement to modify the software of the ESP-12 processor for individual usage.
None of the options include the box. The box is available via custom order from Ponoko. Details on the web site.
See options for full kit and additional components.
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