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High-voltage seven segment LED display driver with SPI interface

Posted on Tuesday, October 15th, 2013 in Interface, LEDs by DP

HV7SEG_Arduino

Raj writes:

This is about my new project, which is a High-Voltage Seven Segment LED Driver with a serial interface. The goal is to simplify the interface of bigger seven segment display modules to 5V microcontrollers. The project provides a TTL SPI interface of MAX7219 to input display data from a 5V microcontroller and outputs functionally compatible with MAX7219 outputs but with an enhanced capability to drive high-voltage (HV) LED display modules with forward voltage up to 24V.

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2 Responses to “High-voltage seven segment LED display driver with SPI interface”

  1. Tom says:

    The ’80s called. They want their through-hole components and 5 V DIP devices back.

  2. Sebastián says:

    Link seems broken…

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