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Programming an 8 digit 7-segment display, the easy way, using a Max7219

Friday, February 17th, 2017

Allan Schwartz shows off the easy way to interface 7-segment displays using the MAX7219: Previously, in part 1 of my blog posting Programming a 7-segment Display, using just Arduino digital pins (the hard way) we had demonstrated how to hook up a pair of 7-segment displays to an Arduino, treating...

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504 Segment clock, a 7-segment clock done differently

Monday, January 13th, 2014

Bertho  has designed and built this cool 7-segment clock, the 504 Segment clock: At some point I was being silly and got the idea of making a 7-segment clock, but then a bit different. The result became this.  Features include: 72 7-segment displays in three rings; inner (hour) ring 12 displays, middle (minute) ring 24...

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Verilog project: Binary to 7-segment display

Sunday, April 1st, 2012

DJ Delorie was looking for an excuse to learn about Verilog and CPLDs. So he coded up this binary to 7-segment display converter. He provides links to the source code and says this project fits into the Xilinx XC9572 (the same chip used in our Coolrunner-II CPLD breakout board. You...

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