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Old 26th Sep 2018, 10:43 am   #1
dalekmoore2007
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Default Frame Sequential colour Cathode Ray Tube Project

I had the idea to use some of Gary Millard's colour NBTV formats to use on a CRT monitor instead of a mechanical one .
Pushing my 286 processor in my head to its limits here and fingers crossed ,its still far from finished but hopeful it will work .
But did have a disaster today with raster burn on the crt having the EHT set to high all my fault switching off the monitor the deflection amplifiers cut out before the beam .
Having never worked on a Trinitron colour tube before its all experimentation to me one of those things you will know next time !
Its not easy with out any data sheet on the tube but possible a B/w tube got turned into a NBTV monitor a few months back .
For those interested heres a link ...i would post more here but limited by file size type of files so on .
OH and the tube is from a fish finder and using a little computer monitor case for the project .
https://www.taswegian.com/NBTV/forum...=2586&start=30
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