Seven-segment big LED display

Seven-segment big LED display

Cool Circuit has a how-to on building large (6″ high”) 7-segment digital displays using 14 super-bright white LEDs. They use the PIC16F876A microcontroller and can be cascade-connected to form up to an 8-digit display.

Big 7-segment – [via] Link

6 thoughts on “Seven-segment big LED display

  1. semih says:


  2. Kurt Edward Clothier says:

    Well, you were close. It is actually 14 super bright red LEDs (not white) per segment – that’s 98 per complete display, plus 4 more for the dot segment.

  3. zaini says:

    hey.. i’m also built led display for my stopwatch….so i need a circuit diagram for the driver 8″ display.

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