4 digit display module is usually a 12 pin module. In this Grove gadget, we utilize a TM1637 to scale down the controlling pins into 2 Grove pins. It only takes 2 digital pins of Arduino or Seeeduino to control the content, even the luminance of this display. For projects that require of alpha-numeric display, this can be a nice choice.
4 digit red alpha-numeric display
8 adjustable luminance levels
Sensors input display
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|Dimensions||40mm x 20mm x 12mm|
|Grove - 4-Digit Display||1|
Hi, i'm using your arduino library from Github, is there a way to show characters other than the 0-9 and A-E, for example, the displays are perfectly capable of displaying characters such as 'H','g','y' etc...Altering the .cpp to pass in a different he
Hi I'd like to mount this through an opening in a PCB from the back. I need the dimensions of the 7 segment part of the unit so I can create a cutout. What are the exact dimensions of the 7 segment display? (or a link to datasheet). Thank you!
As I need to display times in seconds and milliseconds, I needs a variant with decimal points instead of the double-dot.
someone could make it work with a beaglebone black?
I am using base shield v1.3 and would like to use Groove 4 digit display. D2 and D3 ports are used for some other purpose and only free available ports on my base shield V1.3 are D7 and D8. I have some questions in this regard
1) Can I use D7 (cl
different colour options please [blue, yellow, white and green]
Hi, i want to show an analogical value from analogical pin, for exemple 924 on the 4 digit display. How can i do this ? How may I separate the units, the tens and hundreds ?
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