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Serial seven segment LED display shield

Wednesday, December 7th, 2016

Raj over at Embedded Lab has just finished a new project article about a serial seven segment LED display shield: Seven segment LED displays are brighter, more attractive, and provide a far viewing distance as well as a wider viewing angle compared to LCD displays. This project describes a serial seven...

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ESP8266 LED display

Thursday, September 24th, 2015

Evan writes: This is my proof-of-concept for using mqtt with the esp8266.  I saw this LED display sitting around and I couldn’t imagine why no one was using it, the answer was no one knew how to talk to it.  Easy, I think.  Looking at the board it’s just an...

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YALEDD! 16×16 LED display

Monday, December 2nd, 2013

Andrew Rossignol has written an article detailing his YALEDD - 16x16 LED display project: The class was instructed to choose a simple circuit such as an LED flasher or a simple sequential state machine composed of discrete logic, capture the schematic, layout the PCB and have it made by the end of...

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Simple Propeller GPS status display

Saturday, October 26th, 2013

If you've ever wanted to know how many GPS satellites are receivable at your location here's a good beginneer's Propller project that provides the answer. Its a GPS status display project Nick Ernst developed written in SPIN code and using a Propeller Mini Board, VPN11513 GPS Receiver, shift register and...

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Posted in code, LEDs, Parallax Propeller, sensors | 3 Comments »

Interfacing Arduino with an HP LED display from the ’70s

Monday, April 9th, 2012

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izDoIpxYRVc[/embed] John demonstrates how to interface a vintage LED display with the Arduino. The display in question is a HP 5082-745 model, found in calculators, and other products from this manufacturer in the '70s. Using the display is very easy – kudos to the engineers at HP for making a...

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Posted in DIY, LEDs | 8 Comments »

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