Component for 7 Segment TM1637 with 6 digits

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Component for 7 Segment TM1637 with 6 digits

Postby DirkB » Tue Nov 19, 2019 10:34 am

Hello,

is a component for I2C LED Display TM1637 with 6 Digits
and Keyboard matrix (optional) available?

thank you

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Re: Component for 7 Segment TM1637 with 6 digits

Postby Benj » Wed Nov 20, 2019 12:01 pm

Hi Dirk,

We have support for a quad display using the TM1637 device. Do you have any more information on the module, e.g. the wiring schematic or a library so we can see how the individual parts are mapped.

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Re: Component for 7 Segment TM1637 with 6 digits

Postby DirkB » Mon Nov 25, 2019 5:23 pm

Hello Benj,

please have a look to the datasheet. I think it must be
only a little update to your quad display with the
TM1637 device. It is the same chip.

kind regards

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Re: Component for 7 Segment TM1637 with 6 digits

Postby Benj » Mon Nov 25, 2019 7:04 pm

Hi Dirk,

I've now added a new component to the update system.

Let me know how you get on.
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Re: Component for 7 Segment TM1637 with 6 digits

Postby jgu1 » Thu Nov 28, 2019 8:04 pm

Hi Ben!

Just ordered 2 of these. Look forward to test your new component, thank´s. :wink:

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Re: Component for 7 Segment TM1637 with 6 digits

Postby DirkB » Sat Nov 30, 2019 1:23 pm

Hi Ben,

i have tested only Displays so far, works fine.
Now i will order the Display with key Matrix
to test it.

thank you

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Re: Component for 7 Segment TM1637 with 6 digits

Postby Benj » Wed Dec 04, 2019 5:26 pm

Excellent thanks for letting me know :D

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Re: Component for 7 Segment TM1637 with 6 digits

Postby DirkB » Sun Dec 15, 2019 2:32 pm

Hi Ben,

the switches aren't working. This component macro has no entries
to read the switches. I soldered a switch to the chip, but couldn't
read it with the macro.

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Re: Component for 7 Segment TM1637 with 6 digits

Postby DirkB » Thu Jan 02, 2020 12:47 pm

Hi Ben,

happy new year first.

I've got it. I have a switch soldered to pin k1 and pin KS1. But there is no function,
the datasheet seems wrong (or old?). That was the fault. I have tested all pins and
the results are as follows;

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        K1          K2
 
KS1     n.f.         8
KS2     1            9
KS3     2           10 (A)
KS4     3           11 (b)
KS5     4           12 (C)
KS6     5           13 (d)
KS7     6           14 (E)
KS8     7           15 (F)


The brightness makro seems to work correctly. I thought it was one byte,
not just values from 0 to 7. This macro is working correct too. All functions
seem to work correctly. You only have to consider the correct pin assignment.


best regards

Dirk
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