[time-nuts] Digital Clock kit - no Integrated circuits!
sar10538 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 9 08:09:27 UTC 2010
2010/1/9 Tom Clifton <kc0vsj at yahoo.com>:
> http://transistorclock.com/ has a very interesting (though a bit expensive) kit for sale. A 10" x 11" circuit board sporting nearly 200 transistors and 600 diodes to drive six seven-segment displays. Suitable for framing... As delivered runs on 60hz but there is a note about conversion to 50hz mains. You can buy a bare board, just the components or a full kit.
> You must see it to believe it!
Bah humbug! Stupid modern day design, it'll never be any good, you
need to use valves to make real gear :-)
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