This RGB LED 8x8 Matrix emits red, green and blue light – Capable of being fitted together to make a larger display for scrolling or flashing visuals.
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This 8x8 dot LED display is an array of LEDs set into columns and rows of eight – making a total of 64 total points. The LEDs are capable of shining in red, green and blue light, and can be programmed via Arduino or other more basic controllers to display almost any message or picture that you can imagine – of course while still fitting to the 8x8 matrix.
The same type of technology is used for electronic scrolling signs, often used in game arcades or dark areas, as well as for additional computer peripherals that display CPU temperatures and other bits of information. And while this 8x8 matrix is not necessarily big, it can be set next to other matrixes to create a larger connected matrix. This way, you can build a sign or display that is precisely as big as you need it to be.
Display Dot Size
– Red; Green; Blue
– AlGaINP Red; InGaN Green; InGaN Blue
– Red: 632nm
– Green: 520nm
– Blue: 468nm
– Red: 2.0/2.6V
– Green: 3.2/4.0V
– Blue: 3.2/4.0V
General Uses and Applications
Thanks to the diversity of these types of displays, the RGB LED 8x8 Matrix Display is used for a wide variety of applications. Some of the most useful of these are as follows:
The LED RGB 8x8 Matrix Display is ideal for small projects at home or within your personal office space to make life easier, more convenient and possibly more exciting as well. And at such an affordable price, purchasing many of them to make an array is not an unreasonable idea either.
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