The module is based on a decimal point display module, it displays four digital tube (0.36 inches), and driver IC is TM1637, only two signal lines needed for MCU to control four Digit 8-segment LED. It can be used to display decimals, letters and so on.
Here is an example of how to use TM1637 4 digit 7-segment display module for Arduino by Robojax:
- Display common anode for the four red LED
- Digital tube 8 gray adjustable
- 4 M2 screws positioning holes for easy installation
- Interface 4 digital display module
- Positioning holes: Four M2 screws positioning hole with diameter is 2.2mm, the positioning of the module is easy to install, to achieve inter-module combination.
- Number of Digits: 4
- Power: 5VDC
- PCB Color: Blue
- Interface Type: SPI, QSPI, MICROWIRE Serial Interface
- Maximum Clock: 10MHz
- Digit LED Color: Bright RED
- Cascading Ability: Can be chained or cascaded to drive unlimited units
- Display Driver: TM1637
- Material: PCB + Electronic Components
- Size: 42.15mm (L), 24.65mm (W), 11.0mm (H)
- 1 x 0.36 Inch 4 digit 7-segment TM1637 Module
- Example Arduino code by Robojax: http://robojax.com/learn/arduino/?vid=robojax-TM1637
- Here are additional resources you can refer are how to 4-Digit Display Interface with Arduino UNO ( https://www.instructables.com/id/Tutorial-How-to-4-Digit-Display-Interface-With-Ard/ ) by mybotic.
- If you do not want to use the Arduino, the 0.36 Inch 4-digit 7-segment TM1637 Module also can be displayed using Raspberry Pi. This is an example of how to Displaying Time over 4-Digit 7-Segment Display Using Raspberry Pi ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OA_pSU3xN5w ) by MSD Gurukul.
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