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I made the shield myself using Eagle CAD.The bad news is that my laptop died and I lost the Eagle file.The good-ish news is that I uploaded a screenshot of the diagrams here on the comments, so it can be recreated.To save space I made to shields, one on top of the other, the main electronics on the bottom, the nixies connections, leds and resistors on top, and some cables...
I've already done it in a previous comment, but here it is anyway:https://github.com/ruizgerman/ruizgerman-Nixie-Clo...And as I also said, the code is written in a "non-professional" way, so it's not the most efficent code I could come up with, but hey, it works ;)
Hello!It's done. I can push that "I Made It" button.This is my version of your nixie clock, it's not as fancy as yours, but that was never my intention, so I'm very happy with it.Custom pcb, custom case, programmed it myself ( with your code as base).In the video you can see its anti-cathode poisoning routine and the leds are like pew pew pew.I've made the leds to change color randomly each hour.Last summer I didn't know how to design a pcb, or even how to program a uC, so you can bet I'm proud of what I made :)
simple user-adjustable DIY Nixie Clock
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