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What do you mean by daisy-chaining and piggy-backing, exactly?

How bright will it be? What do you mean by “de-activating the output drivers”? It looks a lot brighter on the photo than what your eyes will tell you.

So I’m basically looking to do something like this, right? You mean that each anode pin on each LED needs a resistor? Such an arrangement would live long enough to finish a presentation, possibly daatasheet if not used abusively. It’s not guaranteed to last forever, but I’ve done it.

Datasheet «SN54/74LS251»

If you desire more information for a better way to do it, satasheet a look at Grumpy Mike’s website. I don’t know if I’m being helpful These powers can only sink current.


They are quite dim. Maybe as bright as the LED of an optical mouse in power save mode, not when it’s scanning the surface.

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How would I wire all of this? Also he’s not multiplexing at all, which makes it dimmer again.

It has everything if you use shift registers only you’ll need. Where on the schematic do they need to go? If you’re in a moderately lit room it will be clearly visible. Data is sent to the first chip and gets forwarded 74ls51 the 2nd and so on. The human eye is quite adaptable. What do you mean by three resistors per LED? Remember that you’re dealing with a real noob here. Per article in the daatsheet, chips can be wired such that they logically form a chain.

If you’re in a cave, you’ll be fine. I bet the person in the video has chosen the current limiting resistors a bit on the conservative side.


74LS Datasheet(PDF) – Fairchild Semiconductor

Also, when you say “it’s not guaranteed to last forever,” what does that mean? Having said that, I can’t stress how grateful I am for your help. How bright will it be If you used more advanced chips common anode leds You’d still need current limiting resistors. If two or more channels are physically wired to act as one, this number can go up. You don’t want two paralleled pins to have different logic states. You’re using a lot of terminology that is new to me.

Datasheet «SN54/74LS251»

Do you have a schematic? This assumes that the daisy-chained and paralleled ones get the same data of course. I don’t consider his leds as ‘bright’. This is bright er: As I answered on instructables, my blog is your friend.

This should prevent short circuiting them. He’s built an RGB monome.