Nixi thing driver working

Posted on Friday, September 7th, 2012 in #liveupdates by Ian

The driver module for the nixi pile is working great. Counting 0 to 9 using a Arrrrduino to clock out bits to a 74hct595. The 8 outputs of the 595 drive two k1551-whatever Russian Nixie driver chips. The Arrrrduino will be replaced with a higher speed chip so a string of modules is easy to control.

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