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Hi mate, sorry but unfortunaltey not as it took me about 30 hours building it.
Hi, as promised...here the final result:
Remote Controlled Arduino Scoreboard using LED Strips
...here the Fritzing layout of the PCB
Hi boscopsoultrane,Sorry for the kinda long post .. but your project inspired me...so have fun reading:As the president of an amateur baseball club in Austria i was looking for an affordable scoreboard since many years. Buying one here in Europe costs you a fortune (more than 5000 $). By having some technical and eletronic background i found your post last year in November and i was stunned. I had no idea about Arduino, programming, but i liked the challenge. I took your idea and pushed it further. So here is the result: Baseball Scoreboard (86 inches x 47 inches) using LED strips. Controlled with Arduino Mega and driven by a windows application (self developed with Visual Studio 2015).It is almost finished.. only the front plate is not done yet.. will post it as soon its done.The LEDS are 24 V and i used common cathode. For the PCB i used Fritzing and had them made the PCB for me (hope nobody is mad on me now ;-) )So many thanks boscopsoultrane .. for your outstanding ideas... PS: If anybody wants to know more details... post it... PM me... what you like Wolf
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