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#233 in Embedded development
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Titan Micro is a Chinese manufacturer that produce several type of controllers for 7 segment LED displays with additional keyboard key scan functionality.
At least next controller variants are exist on the market:
- TM1636 - 2 wire interface, 4 displays, 16 keys
- TM1637 (popular) - 2 wire interface, 6 displays, 16 keys
- TM1638 (popular) - 3 wire interface, 8 displays (10 segments), 24 keys
- TM1639 - 3 wire interface, 8 displays (12 segments ?), 8 keys
- TM1640 - 2 wire interface, 16 displays, no keys
This driver implements low level functions to send/read data with 2 or 3 wire interface. User friendly API would be implemented for popular controller models later.
- Support 2 and 3 wire interfaces, tested on TM1637 and TM1698
- Writing bytes to MCU
- Reading key scan bytes from MCU
- Basic utility and animation features are present
Hardware crate was tested on:
- TM1637 clock module
- TM1638 module with 8 displays, 8 buttons and 8 additional LEDs
- STM32 Blue Pill
- Raspberry Pi
Current functionality looks stable, but implementation is extremely low level. That is mostly because I see no reason to do more friendly API until HAL and it's implementations would stabilize. Right now my goal is to keep it stable and working between HAL updates.
I really do hope that complexity of API is not a big issue. Current HAL state and embedded programming is suited only for hardcore, crazy, masochist developers who should be OK with my code.
This is how code from examples works.
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This product is licenses under almost MIT license but with plumbus exception.