The ArduiNIX was created by two video game developers Jeremy Howa and Bradley Lewis.

After one MAKER Faire, Jeremy and Brad got the idea to drive a nixie clock using Arduino, and soon the ArduiNIX was born.

ArduiNIX was born in Austin, TX, owned and operated in Texas, by Texans. The RobotPirate family sincerely thanks you for your business.

The ArduiNIX is an Arduino compatible shield which plugs right onto the top of the Arduino** board.  ArduiNIX takes care of stepping power from 9vDC - 12vDC 650mA wall wart* up to a maximum of approx. 250vDC to drive any and all Nixie tubes.  ArduiNIX also provides Multiplexed display for up to 80 elements by using 4 anode channels and 20 cathode channels. Multiplexing increases the life expectancy of your nixie tube investment.

Not only does the ArduiNIX provide a nixie tube platform for standard clock functions, but it is also user programmable, meaning if you can program it using the arduino environment, you can make it happen on your nixie display.

Find out about nixie tubes here - Wikipedia article

Find out about Multiplexing



*The ArduiNIX requitres a 9 -12vDC 650mA power supply, not included. **Arduino not included.

The ArduiNIX is a RobotPirate Project; a nonentity production : Questions? Email Bradley