Nixie FM Radio Clock - create something unique
Create your own unique vintage radio knowing that these were never built because Nixies weren't available before 1950 and that even after that they were too expensive for the domestic market.
Kits are pre-assembled and tested.
FM radio receiver
Clock (RTC with battery back-up)
Alarm (Radio turns on at last station)
Auto Nixie shut-down for IN-1 displays
Available in either IN-1 or IN-12 Nixies
Seperate audio amp available
The Circuit uses:
KTmicro KT0830 digital FM receiver. (last station frequency stored in memory)
Dallas Real Time Clock with battery back-up for time retention. Accurate to within a few minutes per year. Simple to correct time.
- Digital rotary encoder for frequency, time and alarm settings.
Example of a Philco type casing with Nixies replacing tuning dial
Power requirements: 12V AC/DC 500mA
Supplied: PCB's, tubes, components, circuit diagrams.
Not supplied: 12V power adapter, speaker, knobs, audio amp, casing materials.
Options: 4Watt Mono Audio amp, brass bezels
Grandmother clock fitted with Radio Clock
FM Radio Clock using IN-1 Nixie tubes
175 x 60mm
Two display versions available - IN1 and IN-12
FM Radio Clock using IN-12 Nixie tubes
PYE Valve radio (1947) reborn