Schematic Design in EasyEDA to Control a 3-Digit, 7-Segment Display with a Forward Voltage of 15V
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I am seeking someone with experience in electronic circuit design and familiarity with EasyEDA to create a schematic that controls a 3-digit, 7-segment display. Each segment of the display has a forward voltage of around 15V. While it might be possible to use a MAX7219, it alone is not sufficient to handle the required voltage. Additional components or alternative solutions would be needed to achieve the objective.
The design must be done in EasyEDA.
The circuit should be capable of controlling a 3-digit, 7-segment display with a forward voltage of 15V for each segment.
A Bill of Materials (BOM) must be provided along with the schematic.
The freelancer is expected to provide support in case of any questions or issues with the design.
Schematic in EasyEDA.
Bill of Materials (BOM).
Brief documentation on how the circuit works and how to connect it.
Payment will be released once the design's functionality has been verified. It is essential for the freelancer to provide evidence of the design's functionality before payment is released. This evidence can be in the form of simulations, videos, photos, or any other means that demonstrate the design's proper operation.
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Hi there, Its a pleasure talking to you! I have gone through the description and understood the basic scope fo the project but need a detailed discussion so we can provide you a fully featured product. Let's discuss.
hello I will make easy eda pcb for you, kindly come over chat and plan the project for the same........................................................
Can you provide part number of the 7segment you have? And if its possible for me to design the circuit in altium designer and you can import it to easyEDA.
Using EasyEDA for controlling 3-digit, 7-segment display. The segment of the display of this project is operated by 15V. Here, according to given objectives, we are using MAX7219 and BOM.