Posts tagged ‘Vacuum Fluorescent Display’

VFD Clock – Putting Everything Together

After I completed the filament driver and the circuit to drive the multiplexed VFD segments, it is time to finish the VFD clock project I had in mind earlier. Continue reading ‘VFD Clock – Putting Everything Together’ »

A DIY Vacuum Fluorescent Display Driver

In my previous post, I showed a simple vacuum fluorescent display filament driver built using a 555 timer and a custom hand-wound, center-tapped toroidal pulse transformer. And as promised in my earlier comment, I am going to show you the remainder of the VFD driving circuit here. Continue reading ‘A DIY Vacuum Fluorescent Display Driver’ »

VFD Filament Driver Using 555

I recently salvaged a vacuum fluorescent display (VFD) from a piece of old test gear. The VFD is a 13 digit 7-segment multiplexed display and I thought it would look great in a custom digital clock or something similar. While it has the model number FUTABA 13-MT-54NA, I could not find any information on the internet specifically for this model. Continue reading ‘VFD Filament Driver Using 555’ »