This is an up and down counter driver module using 2.3 inch common anode seven segment displayDesigned by BuildCircuit in Australia
What is it? This is a 74LS192 based up and down counter driver module for driving 2.3 inch seven segment display. The module has headers on two sides to receive up/down count signals and to concate...Read More…
This is a 74LS192 based up and down counter driver module for driving 2.3 inch seven segment display. The module has headers on two sides to receive up/down count signals and to concatenate with another driver module.
The module can be triggered with NE555, flashing LED and Arduino. It can also be triggered by anything that generates clock pulse.
This is basically an UP and DOWN counter module. It either counts up or down, that's it. Though it can be used with Arduino, please be mindful of its limitation, it is not like any other drivers which display any specific number. However, there are some possibilities also. Suppose, to display a number, let's say, 95, you need to send count pulse for 95 times to the module and it takes less than 1 second to count from 00 to 95. You won't even notice that the Arduino counted 95 times.
However, if you want to display, for example, 886, it will take around 5 seconds to count from 000 to 886. Therefore, the module may become impractical for more than 3 displays.
This is just a by-product of a digital Scoreboard that I had previously built. I was designing a table tennis scoreboard and I noticed that there are no 2.3" seven segment display drivers available. So, I derived the idea of this product from the scoreboard.
Can the driver increase or decrease a count for any specific sensor value ? Yes, it does. I have made a video that clearly shows how you can use one button to increase the count and the other decreases the count.
You cannot make a temperature display board using this module. It is just a counter that counts up or down
Pinouts on one side:
Pinouts on the other side:
Arduino switches example: https://youtu.be/c2HpyGcXUNw Code: https://gist.github.com/buildcircuit/8adc8ab6ec3f6b247801d5ff6c99c59a
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