author
13CommentsJoined September 25th, 2016

Tell us about yourself!

Complete Your Profile
  • segugio commented on andrea biffi's instructable Simple User-adjustable DIY Nixie Clock4 months ago
    Simple User-adjustable DIY Nixie Clock

    Hey Eduardo,I'm happy to see that you developed this project with IN-14Don't worry, it's usual to have some troubles in a project like this.Apart from the tens seconds don't add +1 when the units reach "0", did you asked yourself why the tens tube start with "1" and not with "0"? Infact it arrives at "6" and not at "5"....I think that the ATmega328P is ok, and the problem is certainly one of these:1) Are you sure of the tens tube wiring? Check it another time2) Check the code, send it to me if you want (but I don't think that is this the problem)I'm sure that we will solve this problem, keep me informed 😉

    Hey Eduardo,I'm happy to see that you developed this project with IN-14Don't worry, it's usual to have some troubles in a project like this.Apart from the tens seconds don't add +1 when the units reach "0", did you asked yourself why the tens tube start with "1" and not with "0"? Infact it arrives at "6" and not at "5"....I think that the ATmega328P is ok, and the problem is certainly one of these:1) Are you sure of the tens tube wiring? Check it another time2) Check the code, send it to me if you want (but I don't think that is this the problem)I'm sure that we will solve this problem, keep me informed ;-)

    Hey Eduardo,I'm happy to see that you developed this project with IN-14Don't worry, it's usual to have some troubles in a project like this.Apart from the tens seconds don't add +1 when the units reach "0", did you asked yourself why the tens tube start with "1" and not with "0"? Infact it arrives at "6" and not at "5"....I think that the ATmega328P is ok, and the problem is certainly one of these:1) Are you sure of the tens tube wiring? Check it another time2) Check the code, send it to me if you want (but I don't think that is this the problem)I'm sure that we will solve this problem, keep me informed 😉

    View Instructable »
  • segugio commented on andrea biffi's instructable Simple User-adjustable DIY Nixie Clock6 months ago
    Simple User-adjustable DIY Nixie Clock

    Hey Eduardo!I followed IN-14 datasheet for the tubes wiring, that you can find at http://www.tube-tester.com/sites/nixie/data/in-14/...The pinout are not the same of the IN-4 used by Andrea (http://www.tube-tester.com/sites/nixie/data/in-4/i...The pins are anyway 11 in total (don't mind of PL-PR), but, if you use the same tubes shield PCB created by Andrea, you have to remind that almost all pins digit in IN-14 display different numbers than the IN-4 (and the anode is different too); so you can wire in series the pins which display the same number, and all the anodes, but connect them to the right pin which interfaces with the main PCB (for example if you connect all te pin "3" together, remind that in IN-14 they display number 1, instead of te number 8 displayed in IN-4).The ...

    see more »

    Hey Eduardo!I followed IN-14 datasheet for the tubes wiring, that you can find at http://www.tube-tester.com/sites/nixie/data/in-14/...The pinout are not the same of the IN-4 used by Andrea (http://www.tube-tester.com/sites/nixie/data/in-4/i...The pins are anyway 11 in total (don't mind of PL-PR), but, if you use the same tubes shield PCB created by Andrea, you have to remind that almost all pins digit in IN-14 display different numbers than the IN-4 (and the anode is different too); so you can wire in series the pins which display the same number, and all the anodes, but connect them to the right pin which interfaces with the main PCB (for example if you connect all te pin "3" together, remind that in IN-14 they display number 1, instead of te number 8 displayed in IN-4).The neon separators work perfectly with 180-190 V like the IN-14.Please feel free to contact me if you need any further information.segugio

    View Instructable »
  • segugio made the instructable Simple User-adjustable DIY Nixie Clock1 year ago
    Simple User-adjustable DIY Nixie Clock

    What do you think about my IN-14 Nixie Clock?After some months, I finally finished it, and now I only have to build a case for it. I have also added an OLED display which shows Weather and Temperature of my city (I live near Venice), using a Wi-Fi module and connecting the brain of the clock to the IoT. During summer I will probably finish it at 100%, with a case that will anyway show the Electronic circuit, the second part that I mostly love, after the Nixie, of course :)Thank you Andrea for the big help that you gave me with this project.---Made in Italy---

    View Instructable »
  • simple user-adjustable DIY Nixie Clock

    The high voltage supply works perfectly, thank you very much!Last question: which code and tubes did you used? Did you included RTC module?Thank you again Svetko

    View Instructable »
  • simple user-adjustable DIY Nixie Clock

    Thank you very much Svetko, I will try this solution in the next days!

    View Instructable »
  • simple user-adjustable DIY Nixie Clock

    But if I have already done this PCB, how can I connect the high voltage board that you used to the main board?

    How did you solved this issue?

    View Instructable »
  • simple user-adjustable DIY Nixie Clock

    For Andrea Biffi:Could you help me to find a solution for:Add neon bulbs between hours/minutes and between minutes/seconds with will blink with a delay of 1 second?Add under every Nixie a RGB LED.Thank you very much.

    View Instructable »
  • segugio commented on andrea biffi's instructable Huge wood nixie clock2 years ago
    Huge wood nixie clock

    Hello, beatiful clock!I have a question for you: did you used the same PCB of this instructable?

    View Instructable »
  • simple user-adjustable DIY Nixie Clock

    Thank you very much ruizgerman, beatiful clock ;)

    View Instructable »
  • simple user-adjustable DIY Nixie Clock

    Hello,I have a question for you: did you used the same tubes shield of this instructable of did you found/made it? I love the LEDs under the Nixies and I'll be glad if you will answer me.

    View Instructable »