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This scope clock uses a purely analog signal to create the characters. Designed for large CRTs, it will drive more CRTs than the first.
12 backers pledged $3,313 to help bring this project to life.
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    OSC4.7 board

    The first reward is the OSC4.7 board from the first project. It includes the board and the preprogrammed microcontroller. Using the parts list and directions, a skilled and experienced electronic kit builder could build the driver board & assemble it to their own CRT and install it in their own enclosure. This board will drive only smaller, relatively low voltage CRTs, like the 2BP1 or 2AP1, DG7-6 or 6Lo1i.

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    OSC4.7 kit

    Build it yourself ! The OSC4.7 kit is the kit from the first project. Includes the pc board, transformer, wires, components to populate the board and IC's including the preprogrammed microcontroller. You can source your own crt and build your own enclosure. Many small relatively low voltage crts will work if similar to the DG7/6 or DG7-12C types. This is a really challenging DIY project but can be very rewarding to the builder in building it accurately and adjusting & tweaking the controls to optimize the display. This board will drive only smaller, relatively low voltage CRTs, like the 2BP1 or 2AP1, DG7-6 or 6Lo1i.

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    OSC4.7 clock assembled

    A fully assembled OSC4.7 clock with the 2BP1/2AP1 (2" round) CRT & homemade plexiglass case including the 1/4" thick base and 1/8" thick shroud or dust cover. Uses the 2" diameter 2BP1 or 2AP1 crt. Easy to set for 120VAC (standard U.S.) or 240VAC (some other countries) and automatically sets for 60HZ or 50HZ.

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    OSC5.4 clock assembled

    A fully assembled OSC5.4 clock with the 3BP1 (3" round) CRT & homemade plexiglass case including the 1/4" thick base and 1/8" thick shroud or dust cover. Uses the 3" diameter 3BP1 crt. This is set for 120VAC (standard U.S.) only and will need an adapter for 240VAC (some other countries) and automatically sets for 60HZ or 50HZ.

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    Deluxe OSC5.4 or OSC4.7 clock assembled

    A fully assembled OSC5.4 clock with the 3BP1 (3" round) CRT & homemade plexiglass case including the 1/4" thick base and 1/8" thick shroud or dust cover or a fully assembled OSC4.7 version with choice of CRT from 2AP1/2BP1, 6LO1i or DG7-6. Optional pc board in blue with yellow silkscreen or the standard green w/ white and also in optional blue or clear plexiglass. The OSC5.4 version is set for 120VAC (standard U.S.) only and will need an adapter for 240VAC (some other countries), while the OSC4.7 can be set for either 120VAC or 240VAC. Either will automatically set for 60HZ or 50HZ.

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