Driving 14-segment displays with the MAX6954

Driving 14-segment displays with the MAX6954

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App note from Maxim on using the MAX6954 to drive 14-segment monocolor LEDs, (PDF):

This article is how-to guide, intended as a quick learning aid for engineers considering using the MAX6954 to drive 14-segment monocolor LEDs.

The MAX6954 is a versatile display driver, capable of controlling a mix of discrete, 7-segment, 14-segment, and 16-segment LED displays through a serial interface. This application note shows a typical application and configuration for driving eight mono-color, 14-segment LEDs.
See the MAX6954 data sheet for additional information about MAX6954 features.

Driving 14-segment displays with the MAX6954 – [Link]

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  • 13 September, 2016 at 5:09 pm

    Hi,
    If anyone needs a small PCB for an array of these let me know, I could use a few. I will be happy to roll the PCB design.
    Bob K.

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