USB powered Single Giant Nixie Clock with Dalibor Farny R|568M Tube

480$

Description

How can the clock display the time with only a single digit?

The clock flashes up the time in the sequence HHMM, with appropriate pauses between each digit, and a longer pause between each time cycle ie. H.H…M.M…..H.H…M.M…. and so on. It is really very intuitive, and once you ‘get it’, it is really obvious and simple to read the time!

A giant single nixie tube clock with Dalibor Farny R|568M Tube

· Hours and Minutes display on a Dalibor Farny R|568M Tube
· 12 or 24 hour modes
· Uses 5V USB Power
· Uses a Quartz Crystal Oscillator as the timebase
· Optional GPS or WiFi synchronisation with status indicator LED
· Dedicated DST button to switch between DST and standard time
· Supercapacitor backup. Keeps time during short power outages
· Simple time setting using two buttons
· Seconds can be reset to zero to precisely the set time
· Programmable night mode blanking to save tubes or prevent sleep disturbance
· Programmable RGB tube lighting – select YOUR favourite colour
· Not AC frequency dependent – works in all countries
· All user preferences stored to non-volatile memory

A fine CNC machine case

Two-tone case CNC machined from 6061 Aluminium. A precision CNC machined case, black anodized then re-machined to attractively expose bare metal on the fins. Supplied with a matching laser cut and engraved base cover in clear Perspex (‘Plexiglass’).

Wifi sync with internet

The clock is always in sync with the wifi sync link module.

About the tube

Each tube is Handmade by Dalibor Farny in the Czech Republic. They invest 3 hours to craft each individual nixie tube by hand to precision. The expected lifetime : of a Dalibo Farny Nixie Tube is over 20 years or 200.000 hours (running 24/7)

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