azog | October 25, 2008
Nuxie has another new kit, this time, a frequency counter. And like a kid in a candy shop, I can’t resist: For the price, you can’t really go wrong: a programmed ATMega, an HD44780 LCD and a professionally produced board. And he also posted the code. And besides, you can never have enough counting devices.
azog | October 20, 2008
Awhile back, I purchased a lot of 90 nixie drivers, the Russian equivalent to the 74141s. Apparently this is the factory shipping box, and they came in lots of 90: Things being what they are, I didn’t get around to using these until recently. Over time, they sat in the box, moved houses twice, and [...]
azog | October 8, 2008
I found this clock at the local mission, and for $2, I couldn’t resist: Each position is a digit indicator with 10 faces, and every minute, the digit rolls to display the next face. There’s a seconds indicator on the right, you can’t see it very well tho. There’s a wheel on the bottom to [...]
azog | October 3, 2008
Decided to build an enclosure for the Nuxie1 function generator kit I recently built.