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Thanks! I had a lot of fun building it!
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Wow! Very nicely done - this looks great!
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Hey nice profile picture!
I just built your circuit for a project and it rocks - but you have a program bug in it...you need the double "++" signs to increment the for statement. like this:for (int i=0; i<256; i++)
I am wanting to build this circuit and try my hand a IN-9 nixies, but I have a question about your circuit...I can't tell how you are handling the ground connections in the schematic versus the photo. Don't the grounds coming off the Caps (C1) have to go back to the GND pin on the trinket and the grounds coming off the R2 have to go back to the High Voltage driver board? It looks like in the photo there are not tied this way but all together and would this not fry the trinket?
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