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1  Projects / Your Projects / Re: ArduiNIX + EZ-B Robot Controller = NIXIE EYES on: September 07, 2011, 05:06:36 AM
Very Cool, keep on the good work!
2  Projects / Your Projects / Re: Military issue Nixie Display on: August 24, 2011, 10:22:43 PM
What are my options to multiplex one nixe at a time using the onboard driver chip?

What kind of PSU are you using?

Thanks!
3  Projects / ArduiNIX / Re: Some dumb questions..... on: August 21, 2011, 05:05:36 PM
I know i am reviving an old thread but do you have updates on your project? i would love to see the finished product.
4  Projects / ArduiNIX / Re: Tutorial for slow guys like me! on: August 21, 2011, 05:00:53 PM
Thanks for this, I am a newbie to this and it helps having somebody breaking everything down. Let me know if you update it with code walkthrough or something.

Will be getting an arduinix shield soon if my Military Issue Nixie Display doesnt work properly.
5  Projects / Your Projects / Re: Military issue Nixie Display on: August 21, 2011, 04:48:17 PM
Due to forum limitation i will use imageshack







6  Projects / Your Projects / Military issue Nixie Display on: August 21, 2011, 04:35:06 PM
Hello everyone,

This is my first post so quickly something about myself, I am a French student planning on doing a master degree in computer science. I love nixie tubes and been wanting to built a clock for a long time. Hope we will get along and forgive my spelling.

Now, i found this military hardware for sale on a website, and it looked interesting. I had a look at the data sheet for the driver chip and it looked fairly simple. (again i am new to electronic and micro controller so forgive my ignorance)

so i wondered if i was hard to getting it up and running with an arduino.

I mean it uses a Russian K155ID1 driver so in theory simple few High/Low combination(according to the truth table) on a few I/O pins should display what i want?

Will i require to do anything else? reduce current with resistors? Use transistor because the curent needed is to high?

What are my options for the 170V Ac needed?

Images attached.

Here is a Link to the data sheet
http://tubehobby.com/datasheets/k155id1.pdf

I wonder if this would be better on the arduinix forum?

I am very new to this so thanks for helping out.
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