Fluorescent-tube digital clock Answered
I'm thinking around building a massive digital clock with fluorescent tubes.
Starting with a basic digital clock, the output to LED segments would be put through transistors, to 12v relays, acting upon the mains feed to the tubes.
However, some segments will be on more than they are off. I'd rather have the relays using power to switch to the less frequently used position, but I can't find an easy way to figure-out which segments spend more time off than on (and vice versa).
Did some calculations to produce the graphs. Based upon 4W tubes, surely the smallest available?) and 12V 50mA relays.