Vacuum Fluorescent Clock Kit with Open Source design and Firmware! Built in WiFi!Designed by David Pye, Ships from United Kingdom
What is it? This is a Vacuum Fluorescent Display-Tube display clock kit using Russian IV-11 7 segment display tubes. As it uses 7 segment display tubes, it can also display hexadecimal A-F charact...Read More…
This is a Vacuum Fluorescent Display-Tube display clock kit using Russian IV-11 7 segment display tubes.
As it uses 7 segment display tubes, it can also display hexadecimal A-F characters too!
Firmware open source and extensible - while it makes an excellent clock, you could change the firmware and use it as an internet-enabled IoT display!
No hazardous voltages inside (max 25V)
This kit requires assembly, but all soldering is 'through hole', no fiddly surface mount components. You will need a multimeter to measure voltages to allow you to adjust the converter modules that provide the voltages to drive the tubes
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