Monday, 24 December 2018

P10 LED Display with Arduino Nano | SVSEMBEDDED

P10 LED Display with Arduino Nano | SVSEMBEDDED





P10 LED Display with Arduino Nano | svsembedded





Features:
32 x 16 high brightness Red LEDs (512 LEDs total) on a 10mm pitch
5V operation
Viewable over 12 metres away
Tough plastic frame
Controller ICs on board, simple clocked data interface
Arduino compatible library, graphics functions and example support
You can see a two connectors on the P10 modul. One of them is for power, one of them is for data





I have use 5v 10 A. But if you want to connect lots of panel, maybe you have to buy 20 A or 40 A. For example when i use 24 P10 modules in another project, i bought a power supply unit that 50 A. I took a picture how to connect the cables.
1-Download ZIP into your computer and open Arduino IDE.
2-Install a new library into your Arduino IDE you can use the Library Manager
3-Click to the "Sketch" menu and then Include Library >Add zip library..
if you are succesful, you can see in the examples DMD_master.
4-You can upload demo program to Nano..And finish..:)







1 comment:

  1. How to make 96*16 led display using Arduino please give me Programing

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