Thursday, November 24, 2016

Update to the Arduino TM1637 Module

A few years ago, I've written a small Arduino module to drive displays based on the TM1637 chip. The module has gained some popularity and I got a lot of requests to add some means to control the decimal point segments (which actually connects to a colon in most display modules). So, here it is. Version 1.1.0 of the library is available on GitHub, and includes some minor fixes (mostly spelling) as well.

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