The LED Matrix Master is a microcontroller (Arduino compatible Atmega328p) in the same form factor as the LED Matrix Link.Designed by FriedCircuits, Ships from United States of America
The LED Matrix Master is a microcontroller (Arduino compatible Atmega328p) in the same form factor as the LED Matrix Link. After programming you can easily mate it with the matching headers to a st...Read More…
The LED Matrix Master is a microcontroller (Arduino compatible Atmega328p) in the same form factor as the LED Matrix Link. After programming you can easily mate it with the matching headers to a string of LED Matrix Links. Instead of tying up one of your development microcontrollers you can dedicate the LED Matrix Master to do the job. The small size allows it to be hidden away or connected directly without wires, just power.
• Atmega328p @ 16MHz with Arduino bootloader • 5v operation (Could be run at 3.3, but slightly out of spec at 16MHz.) • Blue LED for your own use. • FTDI Headers • All unused GPIO's available • ICSP footprint • Preloaded with demo sketch (Turns on all LEDs for testing) • Can be used as standalone microcontroller for other projects • Code examples on friedcircuits.us
• 1x PCB with SMD components soldered • 1x Right angle male FTDI header • 1x 5p right angle female header
If you need the LED Matrix Links you can find them here:
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Michael | Feb. 5, 2014
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