With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.
Tell us about yourself!
Hi, This looks great and I would love to try it to add to my collection of a PVelectronics nixie clock and my Nixie thermometer I have built... I have a question if I may tho... Do I have to program and mount the AT chip or can i just mount my arduino to the board and have the K155ID1 and anode pins connected to the arduino pins?I did this on my thermometer I built and leached the 12V power from the input of the arduino to also power the 170V driver for the tubes.I know this is probably a stupid question but I am not sure if 'pin2,3,4,etc' in the code for the arduino corresponds to the same pins on the chip.Thanks, Craig.
Welcome to Arduino
Variable ATX bench powersupply - FabLab edition
LED Cube with Arduino and custom PCB
Join 2 million + to receive instant DIY inspiration in your inbox.
© 2016 Autodesk, Inc.