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Old 13th Jun 2019, 11:26 am   #17
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Default Re: Digeec nixie clock


The clock still ticks. Adding 9Vac to the brew got it going.

Now I need to source a transformer. It needs a single secondary, around 10V off load and rated to drive a bridge rectifier, capacitor filter with about 400mA dc load.

Core is 43*35*15mm, fixing centres on top of clamp are 33mm- it's mounted "upside down".

Mains input is on mounting hole side of TX.

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