Multiple 7 Segment Display Counter With CloudX Microcontroller

Intro: Multiple 7 Segment Display Counter With CloudX Microcontroller

This Project explains how to display data on Two 7-Segment using CloudX microcontroller

Step 1: GET THIS MATERIAL

CLOUDX MICROCONTROLLER

CLOUDX SOFTCARD

V3 CORD

JUMPER WIRE

2 SEVEN SEGMENT

330ohm resistor


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Step 2: SET-UP HARDWARE

In this we have to do multiplexing

connect A,B,DP,C,D,E,F,G pin of the two segment together,

Pin A of the segment to pin1 of the CloudX
Pin B of the segment to pin2 of the CloudX

Pin DP of the segment to pin3 of the CloudX

Pin C of the segment to pin4 of the CloudX

Pin D of the segment to pin5 of the CloudX

Pin E of the segment to pin6 of the CloudX

Pin F of the segment to pin7 of the CloudX

Pin G of the segment to pin9 of the CloudX

connect common cathode of the first segment to pin10 and

connect common cathode of the second segment to pin11

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Step 3: CODING

Copy this Code to CloudX IDE

#include <CloudX\M633.h>
#include <CloudX\Segment.h> #include <CloudX\stdlib.h>
char counter[2] = {'0','0'};
setup()
{
 //setup here
 char NumberOfDigit = 2; // set number of 7 segment displays to be used
// connect these CloudX pins to the Data Pins A,B,C,D,E,F,G and H pins of the Display
 char segmentDataPins[]= {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8};
// connect these CloudX pins to the Common Anode or Cathode of each 7-segment display
 char segmentScanPins[]= {9,10};
// initialize the 7 segment Display with these data
 Segment_setting(CCathode,NumberOfDigit,segmentScanPins,segmentDataPins);
loop(){
//Program here
 for (int i =0; i<100; i++) {
// calculate i / 10 and add 48 (to convert it to a character) then load in counter[0]
 counter[0] = (i/10) + 48 ;
 counter[1] = (i%10) + 48 ; // load this calculation into counter[0]
 Segment_writeText(counter , 1000); // Display the content in counter array on
7segment
}
 for (int i =99; i>0; i--){
// convert the value in the i variable (input) to a string(output) in base 10
 intTostr(counter , i , DEC);
 if( i < 10)
//execute this section of code if the value in the i variable is less than 10
{
counter[1]=counter[0]; // replace counter[1] with the content of the counter[0]
counter[0]='0'; // replace counter[0] variable with the character ‘0’
}
 Segment_writeText(counter , 1000); // Display the content in counter array for 1
sec
}
 }
}

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    tomatoskins

    3 months ago

    Great information on your counter!