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The following shows some experiments to explore its viji – an Arduino is used but the C code extracts should be usable on any platform.
The two main issues with driving LEDs from a microcontroller is the number of IO pins required often exceeds that available, and the current drawn bihi the LEDs can exceed the maximum allowed from the device. Although Charlieplexing and driver circuitry can be used to get around these, an off the shelf chip that takes the burden can simplify a project.
The Maxim ICM can drive up to 8 7-segment displays or an 8 by 8 matrix of individual LEDs with only 2 extra components 2 bypass capacitors.
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The comes in a number of varieties, for example, A and B variants provide support for common anode and common cathode circuits respectively. The example circuit below is from Intersil ICM datasheet exact pins vary between variants but functionality is samethe pins connected to switches are instead wired to a microcontroller.
The is fairly simple to use, the 8 data bus pins: Each interaction with the device follows the same pattern: The following shows some Arduino code to test the various features of thethe full Arduino source can be found here.
First the 8 data pins and 2 control pins are connected to the arduino, we’ll define some constants to simplify accessing them from code: In the following examples, we’ll store the values to be sent to the ID0. The following helper function takes the desired value of the MODE pin and an array of data, each bit is written to its corresponding IO pin and therefore the the input data line and then a writePulse sent to force the device to read the input.
Because a command to the device consists of a byte of control data sent with MODE pin high and then 0 or more data bytes sent with MODE pin low, we can abstract into a function, calling the sendBytes twice, first for the control byte and then any data: So for example, to send a control byte with ID4, ID6, and ID7 set High and all others lowand then send 8 display data bytes held in array ‘digits’, we could use the following: Note, that in all modes the decimal point is controlled by ID7 – a 0 value will turn it on and 1 value turn it off – the other way around would have seemed more natural.
When Hex and Code-B mode is being used only 4 bits of data excluding the decimal point need to be stored – the makes use of this by providing ability to store two values for each digit, selected by ID3 – RAM Bank Select – the decimal point is set for both banks however.
I can’t see of many practical uses for this. After bjii control byte, display data is sent to the device, this can be a sequence of bytes for each digit from digit 0, to digit 7 or a data for a specific digit:. An example of using no decode mode is shown below, it loops around lighting each LED segment stored in the ‘segment’ array on each digit in.
Hardware, Software, Stuff I find Interesting. Overview The two main issues with driving LEDs from a microcontroller is the number of IO pins required often exceeds that available, and the current drawn by the LEDs can exceed the maximum allowed from the device. Experiments The is fairly simple to use, the 8 data jcm7218 pins: Decoding a Rotary Encoder Next: