[time-nuts] Sources for Mission Time Clock

Wayne Holder wayne.holder at gmail.com
Sun Jan 11 23:10:30 EST 2015

I think that display was built using modules like this:


I see them on e-bay from time to time under "in-line readout", but they're
rather expensive and you'd need quite a few,  If you can settle for 7
segment, a modern display you could use is:


Or, perhaps these:


But, 7 segment just doesn't quite capture that retro feel, IMO.


On Sun, Jan 11, 2015 at 7:30 AM, Martin A Flynn <maflynn at theflynn.org>

> I am looking for a GMT/GET mission time clock  that has the following
> characteristics:
>  * Reads T minus prior to launch or deployment,  T plus after.
>  * Second display for GMT.
>  * Simulating it on a PC display would be OK, would prefer an LED/LCD
>    version for wall mounting
> There is a example of what I am looking for in the background of this
> photo: https://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/a16/A16_116_13_15.jpg   .   We have
> NTP, IRIG-B, and a 1 PPS source to work with.
> Any suggestions on a cost-effective way to accomplish this?
> Cheers
> Martin Flynn
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