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Two tubes of K155ID1 Russian Nixie tube drivers arrive

Posted on Thursday, September 6th, 2012 in #liveupdates by Ian

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More deliveries. Solder is slinging. Workshop video in a few.

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2 Responses to “Two tubes of K155ID1 Russian Nixie tube drivers arrive”

  1. dieter says:

    for knowledge about russian logic components notation.
    it is probably not K155N what did arrive, but instead it is more likely K155ID1 as writen in russian К155ИД1
    http://tubehobby.com/show_det.php?det=34

    russian K155 series are like west SN74
    K133 series are SN54
    K530 series are SN54S
    K531 series are SN74S
    K533 series are SN74LS
    K555 series are SN74LS
    K1531 series are SN74F
    K1533 series are SN74ALS

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