The Luminous Electronic Bargraph Clock is made using gas discharge tubes left over from the Cold War era. Although gas discharge tubes were displaced by LEDs, Nuvitron have rescued some new-for-old stock and given them new purpose. Combined with state of the art electronics and wrapped in a gorgeous, hand-made, wooden enclosure, the Bargraph Clock provides three modes of operation for endless hours of entertainment. Laid flat along its length, with the LED on the left, it is in clock mode. The upper reading displays the hours and the lower reading shows the minutes. In the vertical position with the LED at the bottom, it acts as a sound level meter, displaying the intensity of the sound within your environment. In the vertical position with the LED at the top, it acts as a timer. The timer can be set to count down from 1, 5 or 10 minutes using the buttons on the back and is accompanied by a mesmerizing, pendulum effect.
Our Design Philosophy Looking to the past, creating the future. They say that we should learn from our past and this is exactly what we aim for at Nuvitron. Taking the best of what came before, matching it with the best of now to create classics of the future. Past. Present. Future. It’s a spiritual thing. Our Process To Manufacture Products Slow. Sure. Steady. Like a good wine or fine malt. We take our time. This isn’t fast food. This isn’t cheap’n’cheerful. We hire highly skilled artisans with years of experience and moments of genius, producing limited quantities of unique products using renewable materials. FUTURE PRODUCTS Something special is in the oven except that it’s not literally an oven. We know it’s not too popular these days but we start every new project by reading old books and technical things. From this we then draw on years of experience and vivid dreams to develop ideas for new products. Coming soon – a vacuum tube amplifier and a vacuum Nixie tube radio. Stay tuned! What’s next, a vacuum tube vacuum cleaner? Er, no.
The Luminous Electronic Bargraph Nixie Tube Clock by Nuvitron
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