Re: B-7971 Clock
I would like to take you up on your offer. I would like to get a
programmed PIC and the circuit details. Please let me know what the
costs would be. I want to get those tubes out of the cupboard and put
to some good use. I have made a switching HV supply and will contact
Chris for some smart sockets.
Thanks for your help.
> I built a four tube clock and random word speller (over 3,900 words
> built in) which you can see on the group somewhere. The actual
> circuit is really simple and I am happy to share code, program you a
> PIC etc.
> The whole circuit board is one PIC, one memory chip, two switches, 5
> resistors, three caps and a crystal. Plus one LED which is not
> These tubes are capable of far more than just telling the time, so
> you will want some text features to show off your tubes.
> Have a think about what you want and I can probably help you. The
> smartsockets do most of the work anyway,
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, guus.assmann@... wrote:
> Hello Chris,
> Just now I realise that I forgot to inform you.
> During my holliday, I had some more time and finally managed to get
> correct. So now, the smartsocket with the B7179 on my PCB also worksfine.
> I'll make some more, to get all 7 tubes working.Guus, Thanks for the update.
I haven't been getting the time to do what I need to do either !