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Raspberry Pi Nixie Tube HAT

I'm making a Nixie Tube HAT for Pi Zero and Pi Zero W

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Driving Nixie Tubes is not a trivial task but I believe I have a good solution that needs to be turned into a HAT compatible with Raspberry Pi computers.

The project is to create a 4 or 6 digit Nixie HAT that is as simple to use as plugging it into the Pi and starting a simple Python program.

The project is heavily based on a modified Arduinix board that I used in my previous project - https://hackaday.io/project/16467-raspberry-pi-zero-nixie-clock

Schematics have been drawn and uploaded.

I am currently designing the PCB and will place an order to see if my design works.

Nixie-Core.sch

KiCad Nixie Core Schematics V1

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Nixie-Core.pdf

Nixie Core Schematics V1

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4-IN-12-Nixies.pdf

4-IN-12 Nixie board Schematics V1

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4-IN-12-Nixies.sch

KiCad 4-IN-12 Nixie board Schematics V1

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  • V1 Of Schematics is done

    Maksim Surguy04/20/2017 at 19:47 0 comments

    I have drawn up the schematics for V1 of the HAT. See them in the files section of this project.

    Currently the HAT is not official because it doesn't have EEPROM.

    I will add EEPROM and make this into official HAT when I have the basic functionality working.

    Up Next: drawing and ordering PCBs!

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