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App note: Nixie tube data archive

Posted on Saturday, September 15th, 2012 in app notes by DP

Dieter’s nixie tube data archive contains loads of information about nixies. Theory of operation, control circuits, power supplies, and reference tables for common nixies – it’s all there.

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  1. Steve Ripper says:

    Dieter’s collection of Nixie tube data is by far the most complete I have ever seen. This is the first place I go when I need the OEM specifications and other supporting documentation. Check the site often as it is updated regularly with new hard to find datasheets.

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