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Electrostatic CRT Driver Design [Project]
posted June 3 2014 15:16.22 by spic0m




Eric from Tube Time writes:

"Well, it's here! I've put together an open source release package for my CRT driver design. See all the glorious details at the GitHub project. It contains the fab data (Gerbers, NC drills, etc) as well as the CSV-formatted bills of materials for three boards. All the parts are available at Mouser Electronics (and the Mouser numbers are listed in the BOM). It's the same set of boards that I used for my Asteroids and Flappy Bird arcade machines at Maker Faire.

The design can drive most 2", 3", and some 5" electrostatically-deflected cathode ray tubes, such as the popular 3BP1 or the precision 3RP1A. It can be modified to drive some of the oddball 2" and 3" CRTs that have a shared heater and cathode connection."



[Link: Tube Time]
 
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