Mark Smith over at surfncircuits has a nice write-up about building an ETA Nixie Tube Clock: This DIY project will combine the estimated time of arrival function with a Nixie tube display to create an estimated time of arrival (ETA) Nixie tube clock. It is all easily controlled by a Raspberry Pi Zero W that […]
Luca Dentella has developed a Nixie thermometer to measure the temperature of the liquid cooling system, that is available on Github. I decided to log the design and the development of the project in ten blog posts. They show my “divide et impera” approach: I divided the whole project in small tasks (drive a nixie […]
Electronics Lab brings us a tutorial on how to build sockets for IN-14 Nixies. The idea is simple. Use the spacer that comes with the Nixie, and insert female pinheaders into it. All that’s left is to shorten the leads coming from the Nixie, and you got a Nixie socket.
Looking for something cooler than the typical nixie project? How about a nixie project done entirely in free form, no PCB style. Matseng designed this nixie clock around a single IN-1 nixie tube. It periodically reads out the time, digit by digit. It’s a clock made of a single IN-1 Nixie tube controlled by a […]