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October 19, 2017 AT 7:11 pm

FranLab Examines an IEE 1960s Nimo Tube, a 10-gun 1″ CRT Requiring 1750 VDC!

The ‘stud’ or ‘bump’ anode connection on the side of the tube, along with the stencil design, and other features, make this one of the rarest (and oddest) display tubes not only of its time, but of all time!

Rarer Than A Moon Rock…. Deadlier Than Plutonium… It’s The NIMO Digital Display Tube! As far as I know this is the first and only time that an operational NIMO has ever been presented on YouTube. A FranLab Vintage Technology First! Thanks for watching…


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