DL-420 - 

LED Dot Matrix Display, Red, Green, Blue, 5 V, 2 cd, 16 x 32, 192mm x 96mm

DL-420 - LED Dot Matrix Display, Red, Green, Blue, 5 V, 2 cd, 16 x 32, 192mm x 96mm
DL-420 - LED Dot Matrix Display, Red, Green, Blue, 5 V, 2 cd, 16 x 32, 192mm x 96mm

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The 420 is a LED Matrix Panel is normally used to make video walls. It has 512 bright RGB LEDs arranged in a 16x32 grid on the front. On the back there is a PCB with two IDC connectors (one input, one output, in theory you can chain these together) and 12 16-bit latches that allows to drive the display with a 1:8 scan rate. This panel required 12 digital pins (6-bit data, 6-bit control).
  • 2.5A maximum current
  • 5V data logic level input
  • 2000mcd LEDs on 6mm pitch
  • 1/8 scan rate
  • Indoor display, 150° visibility


Imaging, Video & Vision

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Red, Green, Blue
16 x 32
192mm x 96mm
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what all is needed to set up and input what i want and to overall get it to work?
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This 16 x 32 RGB LED matrix panel requires 12 digital pins (6 bit data, 6 bit control) along with 2A 5V power adaptern and some jumper wires. To drive the displays, you can go for any FPGA board (like Newark part # 78T4479) or Arduino Uno/Mega or even through Raspberry Pi board.

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