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A project log for AVR Asm Exam

Doing the "exam" of the AVR assembly course

Michael MöllerMichael Möller 03/03/2021 at 21:560 Comments

I have gotten some MAX7219 chips now, I found some 8x8 LED matrixes, some buttons unsoldered from a scrap board, perfboard and I have plenty of Arduinos. Time to go RealLife with this, too!

Today I managed to get the layout done.

The wiring schematic is very simple - one chip pinput to neares LED Matrix pin.

As the chip pinout is not straight 1,2,3 the ordering of segment/columns will be "slightly" random, so the software will need to map logical row/colum to real ones.


EDIT - "typo" or what you call it when there is an obvious error in the drawing. This was/is just done in Inkscape, more of a drawing/sketch than a diagram It should of course be (I've also clarified what is the chip)

BTW, the 8x8 matrix I have are Bi-colour (Red/Green; meaning I can show Black, Green, Yellow, Red) but that would require 4 MAX7219 and I only bought 3, so it remains Red like the simulation model.

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