HDSP-210x Series, LED Dot Matrix and Cluster

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Parallel, 8-Bit
5.12mcd ~ 45.63mcd
1.68" L x 0.77" W x 0.21" H (42.59mm x 19.58mm x 5.31mm)
5 x 7

About  LED Dot Matrix and Cluster

LED Dot Matrix and Cluster Display Modules are electronic devices designed to generate visual graphics by using an array of light emitting diodes (LEDs) arranged in a matrix layout. These modules are commonly arranged in a grid pattern, with either the positive or negative terminal of the LED connected to form a common circuit node. Available in a range of sizes and colors, these units can accept various interfaces, including I2C, 8-bit parallel, serial, and ASCII inputs. The LED Dot Matrix and Cluster Display Modules provide an efficient and cost-effective solution for generating high-quality graphics in a wide range of electronic devices. By selectively illuminating specific LEDs within the matrix, these display modules can create intricate images, characters, and symbols. They are used in applications such as digital signage, scoreboards, information displays, and other devices that require a clear and dynamic visual representation. These Display Modules are compatible with various input signals, making them highly versatile and adaptable to different systems. The I2C interface, for instance, allows for easy integration into microcontroller-based systems, while the serial interface enables communication with computers and other data processing devices. The 8-bit parallel interface permits direct connection to microprocessors, while the ASCII input provides a simple and straightforward way of generating characters and symbols. In conclusion, LED Dot Matrix and Cluster Display Modules are electronic devices that use a matrix layout of LEDs to generate high-quality graphics. These modules are available in various sizes and colors and can accept a wide range of interfaces, including I2C, 8-bit parallel, serial, and ASCII inputs. They find applications in a wide range of devices, including digital signage, scoreboards, and information displays, among others, providing a highly versatile and efficient visual representation solution.