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Thank you for your reply. Since it was some time passed without a reply, I searched around and found that already myself. Meanwhile, could you have a look at the question I have made a few days ago?
Finally, I managed to get this nixie thermometer working on a breadboard. Now, I need to design a proper PCB to build it. A number of changes have been made: First, I used IN-14 nixie tubes. Second, since using an Arduino Uno is a huge waste of space, I used an ATMega328P as a stand-alone Arduino and it works perfectly OK. Since the cathode poisoning prevention cycle runs just once at start up, is there a way to include in the sketch a "reset" function once every 24 hours, so that this cycle is running on a routine basis? I am not an expert in Arduino programming and I would need your help.Thank you!
Hi, Cledfo11,This is an excellent presentation for beginners. Personally, I'm a beginner in Arduino, but not in electronics. I have decided to build this project, or rather use this project as a basis for building my design (different nixie tubes, no seconds display).I have searched ebay for the DS1307 RTC, and I have found that the commonly available module is this: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Arduino-I2C-IIC-RTC-DS130...which also has an AT24C32 EEPROM chip on-board. Can I use this instead of the one you have used without any changes in the relevant Arduino sketch?Thank you,Evangelos
Very nice job! I have decided to try one myself.Since I'm a newbie in Arduino, I can't figure out where the wire of the temp sensor is wired in the Arduino board. Your sketch says:"OneWire ds(19);// on pin 19 (a 4.7K resistor is necessary)"but I don't see which one is pin 19.Could you help me with this?
Very nice project!It was asked again here, but I didn't see any answer, so I'm asking again: Can this tracer draw curves for jfets?Thank you
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