Ultrathin 16x32 Red LED Matrix Panel
Ultrathin 16x32 Red LED Matrix Panel
Ultrathin 16x32 Red LED Matrix Panel
Ultrathin 16x32 Red LED Matrix Panel
Ultrathin 16x32 Red LED Matrix Panel
Ultrathin 16x32 Red LED Matrix Panel
Ultrathin 16x32 Red LED Matrix Panel

Ultrathin 16x32 Red LED Matrix Panel

SKU 304090068
This product is discontinued, and here's the updated version instead: Ultrathin 16x32 RGB LED Matrix Panel
$19.50
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Description

This product is discontinued, and here's the updated version instead: Ultrathin 16x32 RGB LED Matrix Panel.

The ultra light and ultra thin LED matrix panel we have ever seen! It consists of one fully assembled panel and a 10 pin IDC cable. There are 512 bright red LEDs on the panel. Large view angle makes the brightness never decay when watching from the side. The panel module is also chainable, which can be connected together to make an extra long display. You may need an microcontroller to control this display, such as an Arduino Uno shown in the following image:

 
 
Features
  • Indoor display
  • Ultra thin design
  • Ultra light weight 
  • Low power
  • Chainable
  • Large view angle
 
Specifications
  • Display color: Red
  • Pixel pitch: 4.8mm
  • Diameter of pixel: 3.75mm
  • Pixel resolution: 32x16
  • Scanning mode: 1/16 scan rate
  • Weight: 42g
  • Outline Dimension: 76.5 x 153 x 12mm
  • Interface protocol: Hub08
  • View angle: over 160 degrees

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Hi, do you know if there is a Raspberry Pi library for controlling this?

on Oct 19,2016
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Hi there,thanks for your advice , I have modified it .

on Oct 20,2016 10:42 AM
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Hi.
How much current does this board consumes with all LEDs ON?
Thanks!!

on Oct 19,2016
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I see"tabs"with printed numbers on the top and bottom edges.
Can these be cut off to allow boards to be placed next to each other on the long edges? Or are there circuit traces running through them?

on Oct 19,2016
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Hi Andrew, this is only the edge, you can cut off it!

on Oct 20,2016 10:47 AM
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What is the max current consumed when all LEDs are on?

on Oct 19,2016
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Hello,
Can you provide a schematic, or at least describe what chips are used? It will help me to understand max refresh rate.

on Oct 19,2016
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Hi, Andrew. I'm sorry, the LED is not an open source project. So, we can't provide the schematic/chips.

on Oct 20,2016 10:47 AM
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Hi
we have took a bunch of these display @MakerFaire in Rome,
Is there any datasheet ?
I don't know how many volts supply for example.

thanks,

on Oct 19,2016
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Hello,

thank for your reply , we've understood we need to suplly 5v but we dont' know how to wire the board that has (2x named J1 and J2) 16 pin header with the Aurduino. The image in the link you suggeste us show a dirrent product that has only

on Oct 20,2016 10:47 AM
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Hi, is there a way to keep the current state of the LED:s without constantly refreshing the whole matrix? Right now I have to send a complete update to the LED matrix every 3ms or so or it goes black.

on Oct 19,2016
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Hi there, the thickness of the plastic is 2mm. Sorry, we don't have the mechanical drawing. Can the drawing in the product description help?

on Oct 20,2016 10:41 AM
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Hi, Matti. It can't be keep it's state without constantly refreshing the whole matrix. Sorry about that. :)

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