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NCH6300HV, Powering Up Your Nixie Tubes & Magic Eye w/ Ease

A project in San Francisco, CA by Aiden Fang

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A 100V-235V DC-DC boost power converter for vintage vacuum tubes. It takes LiIon battery, 5V USB, or 12V as inputs. Easy to use.
Backers: 126
Average Pledge Per Backer: $62

Funded: $7,870 of $2,500
Dates: Nov 6th -> Dec 6th (30 days)
Project By: Aiden Fang
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Latest News

2-Days Left to Get 40% OFF; NCH6300HV Datasheet Released

December 3rd - via:
Hello, everyone. While our campaign is approaching its end, I have a few updates for you. 1. NCH6300HV datasheet released¬† We just released the version 1.0 of the NCH6300HV Datasheet on 2. All Technical Details Summarized at... (Read More)

Wish All Backers Happy Thanksgiving with our NTDB Arduino Library (RELEASED!)

November 26th - via:
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Arduino Library Now on GitHub As promised, our Arduino library for the Nixie Tube Driver Board was just released on github! This Arduino library is designed to help you make your own nixie tube clocks with ease. More... (Read More)

5-Line Coding for a Nixie Clock! Time to dust off your Arduino

November 24th - via:
What's the minimal effort to code a nixie clock? 5 lines. You read it right ;) We'd like to keep you updated on the progress of our Arduino library. I'm cleaning up the code and trying to finish it in a day or two. And here is a glimpse of the... (Read More)

8 photos are worth 8,000 words (Nixie Tube Driver Board)

November 21st - via:
The prototype of the Nixie Tube Driver Board arrived here in California earlier than expected. I'll let pictures present themselves ;) Nixie Tube Driver Board KIT Nixie Tube Driver Board prototype (front side) Panel Mount Parts for the Nixie Tube... (Read More)

Photos of the "Nixie Tube Driver Board"!

November 18th - via:
So excited to share these with you!¬† Front side of the Nixie Tube Driver Board prototype Yep, the prototype of the Nixie Tube Driver Board (NTDB) just came out of the fab, and they look great! Blue looks better than green in term of PCB color,... (Read More)

Making a Nixie tube clock has never easier than before (Stretchy Stretchy)

November 12th - via:
Honestly, the Nixie Tube Driver Board project has been on our ToDo list for a while. We have been working on Omnixie and Omnixie clocks, updating websites, making YouTube videos showing our customers how to solder the clocks kits, but didn't get the... (Read More)

Incredible start! Thank you all backers for your support!

November 7th - via:
We did it! Thank YOU all for your support to bring this project live! As promised, your orders will be fulfilled with the highest priority by the promised date, and tracking information will be provided once they are shipped. While we are carefully... (Read More)

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