7 Segment Display

Introduction: 7 Segment Display

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This is a simple yet fun project
You will need:
-2x 7 segment displays
-jumper wires
-breadboard
-9volt battery
-9volt battery clip

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Step 1: Step 1

Connect the com to the negative row on the breadboard

Step 2: Step 2

Now connect any of the other pins to positive to make your number

Step 3: Step 3

Make your number and connect the battery to negative and positive on the breadboard
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    SaintS4
    SaintS4

    8 months ago on Step 3

    Why post this in "Arduino" if you aren't connecting it to an arduino? At first I wasn't sure if you forgot to finish it or what, your instructions could use a bit more explanation. IE which segments are needed to make which number? What kind of display is needed, Common Cathode or Common Anode? Etc. (I hope I don't come off as being a jerk or harsh, I'm honestly just trying to help make your next instructable a bit better. Have a good one!)