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IoT Nixie Clock can be controlled via Arduino Cloud or Amazon Alexa thanks to the Arduino Nano 33 IoT.

Use your Arduino and build IoT Nixie Clock, Thermometer and Hygrometer. Nixie Clock Shield is designed for all Arduino boards (Uno, Micro, Nano), but works best with the new board Arduino Nano 33 IoT.

Arduino Nano 33 IoT is fully compatible with the Arduino IoT Cloud. You can control the shield via the cloud, you can send data to the cloud then transfer it to e.g. Google Sheets and visualize (e.g. temperature or humidity). You can also use the Alexa Amazon without any problems thanks to the dedicated Arduino skill.

And most importantly, you’ll find everything in the description below: sample program codes for different Arduino boards. Tutorials how to connect to the cloud, how to control Nixie tubes, how to control the backlight, how to send data (e.g. temperature, humidity) to the cloud and finally how to integrate everything with Amazon Alexa.

Features & Components
Compatible with Arduino Uno/Micro/Nano – 5V/3.3V
The ability to connect to the Arduino Cloud (with Arduino Nano 33 IoT)
Easy configuration with Amazon Alexa (with Arduino Nano 33 IoT)
Shield base compatible with Arduino Uno form factor boards
Replaceable Nixie tubes depending on the configuration
RTC real time clock DS3231 module on board
Nixie power supply module 170V included
Designed to work with DHT22/DHT11 temperature & humidity sensor
Housing dimensions: 66 x 80 x 221 mm (~2.6″ x 3.1″ x 8.7″)
External power supply required (VIN connector): 12V; 1A DC; plug diameter 2.5 x 5.5 mm; center pin positive+”

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