J. C. Krok, 2009
Steel housing with clear powdercoat finish, poplar rear cover.
Likely the only one of this style; the display was recovered from
an old piece of test equipment, and no others have been found. The
display has a neon lamp behind each numeral, and a multiplexed nixie clock circuit
is used to drive them. The clock can display time in 12 or 24-hour mode, and has
a blanking option to disable the display. An additional neon indicator below the
matrix display flashes to indicate seconds.
The clock runs on 9 VAC and uses two pushbuttons for setting and control.
6" wide by 5.5" tall, 7" deep
Available, serial number 1, $800. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.