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your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post18 Jan 2016, 23:46

Awesome Soviet engineering!
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Post19 Jan 2016, 07:27

I fully agree! A holy grail of Soviet LCD technology :)
If this would be made from 1976 or later it be US or Japanese outdated licensing but this Elektronika makes a great impression.
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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post19 Jan 2016, 17:24

looks v similar to a Sharp EL 805!
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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post19 Jan 2016, 18:12

wow very nice Andrew and welcome to the board. :-D

Would love to see these working again some day.

Maybe this could be a good donor.

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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post19 Jan 2016, 19:31

Merci,
Unfortunately, Microma has 12H standard, as to russian version - 24H,
here there's a pic of first digits. You can notice a segment for digit "two" - as letter "c". The pic is vice versa, the right edge should be at left.
It is very tricky to get image from display with no cirquit block :)

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As to calculator B3-04. Yeah, it looks like Sharp EL-805 of 1973, but has other guts.
it is very interesting inside, the board is made of glass, Sharp has more classic design. All inserts are made by Soviet engeneers, only appearance looks alike

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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post19 Jan 2016, 20:41

awesome :eek:
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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post20 Jan 2016, 05:25

Thanks for the insights Andrew. For the DSM display, how did you get the number to appear without the circuit block?
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Post20 Jan 2016, 13:44

Displays from 80-90s are more easy to check. Many of them have got a dot, sending signal to the every segment, like here:

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Concerning old displays - most of them do not have this point to check all segments.
I use a solder (soldering station is switched off!!!). Just touch with solder the contacts of display - they will light. The rule - to touch display with finger and not to touch metal parts of solder.
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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post23 Jan 2016, 10:29

I need to take a course in taking detailed pictures...great watches and super shots Andrew.
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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

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Dead soldier

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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post16 Apr 2016, 03:40

Noname Optel from Louis Zanoni's collection:

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Post16 Apr 2016, 05:00

Here's my Delvina, with lapis lazuli bezel !! :mega:

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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post16 Apr 2016, 09:20

So cool Charger, not only did you get it working but you got the blue one too.


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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post16 Apr 2016, 13:13

Thanks Adam.
Yep I got it working................but it is currently not working :scratch:
Not exactly sure why.
Here's a more complete shot:
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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post16 Apr 2016, 16:43

Thats why I love the DSMs so temperamental. Never know whether you are going to get the time or not!
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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post17 Apr 2016, 11:48

Very cool delvina! I've got a dead golden one, with green stone stuff :)
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Post17 Apr 2016, 12:07

I have a dead tigers eye version, still cool to have in the collection though
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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post20 Apr 2016, 09:55

The Optel is a real beauty..still in these days but then charger trows in a masterpiece :-D Stunning watch.

greats shots all and yes... keep them coming :dwf:
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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post20 Apr 2016, 15:42

dutchsiberia wrote:Very cool delvina! I've got a dead golden one, with green stone stuff :)

Adam wrote:I have a dead tigers eye version, still cool to have in the collection though


Show us some pictures gentlemen :pics:
Someone might be able to guess the green stone your has dutchsiberia.
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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post20 Apr 2016, 20:53

Here's my dead Delvina with (malachite?) stone :-D
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Hefty bracelet, I've got the same bracelet (in stainless) on my Zenith and my Zodiac.

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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post20 Apr 2016, 22:09

super beauties :-D

this one belongs here to

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Re: your best shots of a solid state DSM LCD watch

Post09 Mar 2018, 22:08

AWW!!! New income! From Louis Zanoni collection really NOS condition! I like this design very much!

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