4 digit display module is usually a 12 pin module. In this Grove gadget, we utilize a TM1637 to scale down the controlling pins into 2 Grove pins. It only takes 2 digital pins of Arduino or Seeeduino to control the content, even the luminance of this display. For projects that require of alpha-numeric display, this can be a nice choice.
For connection guide and more information, please refer to wiki page.
This software is written by Frankie.Chu for for Seeed Technology Inc. and is licensed under The MIT License. Check License.txt/LICENSE for the details of MIT license. The TimerOne library is refered from the arduino community and its copyright follows the original.
Contributing to this software is warmly welcomed. You can do this basically by
forking, committing modifications and then pulling requests (follow the links above
for operating guide). Adding change log and your contact into file header is encouraged.
Thanks for your contribution.
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