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Gravitech

This is a 7-segment shield for Arduino NG/Dicimila/Duemilanove and many Freeduino boards. It has tons of cool features including:

- I2C 4 digits 7-segment driver
- I2C temperature sensor
- I2C EEPROM
- PWM RGB LED
- Blue PWR LED
- Reset button
- All pins breakout

Available for sale here:
http://store.gravitech.us/7segmentshield.html

Product Video:
http://www.vimeo.com/3169063









Patgadget

Nice work,
but the price seems a bit high! 49$$ :(
Patgadget
Montreal

retrolefty

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but the price seems a bit high! 49$$


For less money they seem to offer a more basic I2C to display module that has the same functionality but minus some of the bells and whistles of the shield board:

http://store.gravitech.us/i2c47di.html

Lefty

Gravitech

#3
Feb 18, 2009, 04:45 pm Last Edit: Feb 18, 2009, 04:50 pm by coolguy Reason: 1
To help electronic enthusiasts and students in the economy crisis time like this we are agreed to put this product on sales. It is now $39. We hope this help a bit.

Or just like Lefty said, you can get just the I2C 7-segment display for lower cost.

Happy Arduino!  :)

neuron_upheaval

Is this shield supported by Arduino Mega?

Mike Mc

Cheaper to buy an As1107 and 4 x 7-seg displays. About $10

florinc

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Sep 12, 2009, 04:41 am Last Edit: Sep 12, 2009, 04:42 am by florinc Reason: 1
Beautiful photography.
What is the purpose of the female headers? Wouldn't any stacked-up shield obstruct the display?

mowcius

The headers are offset so you cannot stack boards on top of it but some people may want to connect other devices using unused pins which would be impossible if the headers had not been 'broken out'.

Mowcius

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