8×8 Red 64 LED Dot Matrix Display
₹100.00 inc.GST (-10%)
- Easy to Install on Breadboard.
- Bright LED lights.
- Compact Design.
- LED Size: 3mm.
- Configuration: Common Anode
An 8x8 LED matrix is a type of electronic display device that consists of 64 individual light-emitting diodes (LEDs) arranged in an 8x8 grid. It can be used to display text, graphics, and images. The LEDs in the matrix can be controlled by a microcontroller, such as an Arduino or a Raspberry Pi, which sends data and commands to the matrix to control the image that is displayed.
Each LED in the matrix is controlled by a separate pin on the microcontroller, and by turning on or off the appropriate LEDs, it is possible to display any text, graphics, or images. The matrix can be used to display letters, numbers, and simple graphics, such as arrows or simple animations.
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The 8×8 LED matrix module is a very useful and low-cost way to add display in your electronic circuits. It has 16 pins to achieve a different combination to ON/OFF the LEDs. It fits properly into any standard solderless breadboard.. It is a Great display for electrical and test equipment. The diameter of the Led is about 3mm with common Anode configuration which emits Red colour. The Exact dimensions of this module are shown in the Schematic image.
|Dimensions||6 × 6 × 3 cm|