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SNAFU box

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016

A SNAFU box project by Bertho of Vagrearg: SNAFU Box consists of 24 LED strips (12V passive type) of varying size, which are controlled by a set of 74HC595 shift-registers and a transistor driver for each strip and RGB channel. The LED strips are used to backlight the lettering of the...

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K8LH 2-Pin 74HC595 LCD “8-bit” Backpack

Thursday, June 12th, 2014

McLaren writes, " here's another 74HC595 Backpack design with a 2-pin interface that uses LCD 8-Bit interface mode. Driver is pretty simple. It takes about 100-usecs to send each byte. Please check it out" Via the forum.

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