7-Digit seven segment display  module from Arduino UNO through 32-bit shift register module

7-digit seven segment display module can be controlled from three digital pins of Arduino UNO through shift register module. Circuit is done as shown in the image. Seven segment display module and shift register module should be powered from an external power supply.

Purchase 7-digit seven segment display module from http://www.haberocean.com/product/7-digit-seven-segment-display-module-with-negative-symbol/

Purchase shift register module from http://www.haberocean.com/product/shift-register-module-using-74hc595/

Upload the following program to your Arduino UNO.

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Cascading two 32-bit shift register modules using Arduino UNO

While cascading the shift register modules, power should be given from an external power supply. Excess current from Arduino UNO may damage your Arduino UNO. Similarly, you can cascade more modules.

Purchase the module from http://www.haberocean.com/product/shift-register-module-using-74hc595/

Upload the following program to Arduino UNO. Change the value in customDelay() function to change the speed of running LED.

/* Shift Register Example Turning on the outputs of a 74HC595 using an array Hardware: * 74HC595 shift register * LEDs attached to each of the outputs of the shift register */ //Pin connected to ST_CP (12) of 74HC595 int latchPin = 12;
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Interfacing 32-bit Shift register module to Arduino UNO

Circuit to interface a Shift register module using Arduino UNO.

Purchase the module from http://www.haberocean.com/product/shift-register-module-using-74hc595/

Upload the following program to Arduino UNO. Change the value in customDelay() function to change the speed of running LED.

/* Shift Register Example Turning on the outputs of a 74HC595 using an array Hardware: * 74HC595 shift register * LEDs attached to each of the outputs of the shift register */ //Pin connected to ST_CP (12) of 74HC595 int latchPin = 12;
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Voltage regulator module using 7805

Most of the TTL ICs are working on 5V. Many methods are there to design a 5V stabilizer circuit. Here, we are introducing a simple DIY board by which even the starters could easily design a 5V regulated voltage supply.

Components required

  • Printed Circuit Board – 1
  • 7805 voltage regulator IC – 1
  • Screw terminal 5mm – 2
  • 0.33 micro Farad capacitor –
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LED flasher / Astable multivibrator module using 555 timer IC

A simple module based on 555 timer IC, which will help you to make an LED flasher / Astable multivibrator easily.

Package includes :

  • PCB
  • 555 timer IC
  • C1 – 10 Micro Farad
  • 0.01 Micro Farad capacitor
  • R1 – 10K
  • 1K resistor
  • POT 2 – 1 Mega Ohm
  • LED

Assemble the circuit as shown below.

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Single digit seven segment display module using 74LS47 IC

Introduction

7-Segment displays are always interesting to electronic beginners. Various methods are there to interface 7-segment displays in circuits. 7-Segment displays are of two types.

  • Common anode 7-segment display
  • Common cathode 7-segment display

74LS47 is a BCD to 7-segment decoder/driver which can be used to interface common anode 7-segment displays in circuits. Here, we will see a module using 74LS47 by which we can make a 0-9 counter in few simple steps.

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BCD/Decade counter using 74LS90. Circuit and explanation.

Package includes :

  • PCB
  • 74LS90
  • LED – 4
  • 1K resistor – 4
  • Push button switch

Assemble the circuit as shown in the following image.

Circuit diagram of BCD/Decade counter using 74LS90 is shown below.

Working

Modules required

  1. Voltage regulator module
  2. Astable multivibrator module
  3. BCD/Decade counter module

Step 1 : Power the BCD Counter module from a 5V regulator as shown in the following image.

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Astable multivibrator using 555. Circuit and explanation.

Package includes :

  • PCB
  • 555 timer IC
  • 10 Micro Farad capacitor
  • 0.01 Micro Farad capacitor
  • 10K resistor
  • 1K resistor
  • 1M POT
  • LED

Assemble the circuit as shown below. Leave POT1 and R2 unconnected. POT1 is parallel to R1 and POT2 is parallel to R2. Only one from each set need to be connected.

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Voltage Regulator using 7805. Circuit and explanation.

Most of the TTL ICs are working on 5V. Many methods are there to design a 5V stabilizer circuit. Here, we are introducing a simple DIY board by which even the starters could easily design a 5V regulated voltage supply.

Components required

  • Printed Circuit Board – 1
  • 7805 voltage regulator IC – 1
  • Screw terminal 5mm – 2
  • 0.33 micro Farad capacitor –
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