• 16x16 dot red LED display
• Column control 74HC595
• Line control 74HC138
Connect the LED Matrix with your Arduino following the wiring of the photo. After that you can design your own patterns or symbols with this Matrix with some simple functions:
LedMatrixObject(byte LEDARRAY_D, byte LEDARRAY_C, byte LEDARRAY_B, byte LEDARRAY_A, byte LEDARRAY_G, byte LEDARRAY_DI, byte LEDARRAY_CLK, byte LEDARRAY_LAT); – Create the LED matrix
void clear(); – clear the scene
void draw(); – draw the scene on the led matrix – call it on loop()
void setScene(unsigned char Scene); – set and Scene
void setLedOn(int x, int y); – Turn on the led x, y on
void setLedOff(int x, int y); – Turn off the led x,y
void toggleLed(int x, int y); – Toggle the state of the led x,y
Before draw() calls, edit the Scene variable as necessary and draw anything that you want.
Size: 4.25" x 2.6" x 0.3"
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