The idea to push current through the cathodes in form of numerals in clocks was invented in the West. But the widely accepted idea to make gas in the tube of thermometer change its length appeared in the East. In the 60es. Though, it was probed in early XX century in UK. Millclock Nixie tube thermometers are produced in Ukraine who re-invented it an..
This Millclock IN-13 Nixie tube thermometer in solid black enclosure with metal elements could stand in some Soviet physics or engineering lab. Any competition between the blocks is accompanied by in-depth scientific research and rapid industrial growth. In late 60es, USSR mass produced audio equipment completely based on semiconductors and ne..
Pure “Soviet techno set”! The best price! Presenting - cold cathode display technology based on glow discharge. Authentic Soviet IN-14 18mm (H) Nixie tubes are soldered to circuit with programmed time back up, and “Slot machine” cathode poisoning prevention readouts. USB socket feeds the clock from computer. IN-13 160x10mm Nixie tube is soldered to ..
Cold cathode display technology working in authentic IN-14 and IN-13 Nixie tubes invented by the Soviets is presented in dualistic Bohemian and Industrial design. In the clock, orange plasma goes through cathodes in the glass tubes with an anode mesh. In the thermometer, plasma affected via analogue PCB indicates temperature on a bargraph. &nbs..