RGB-Matrix-P3-64x64

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RGB-Matrix-P3-64x64
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RGB LED, 64 x 64=4096 DOTS, 3mm Pitch
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This product is a bare screen and needs to be displayed with the main control board such as Raspberry Pi, ESP32 and Arduino. For details, please refer to the list.

Overview

Introduction

This product is a 64 × 64 full-color LED matrix panel with 4096 RGB LEDs onboard and 3mm pitch, which supports Raspberry Pi and Arduino, etc. It provides supporting open source demos and tutorials, suitable for makers or electronics Enthusiasts to start learning, or DIY secondary development into other desktop or wall-mounted display applications.

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Features

  • 4096 individual RGB LEDs, full-color display, adjustable brightness.
  • 64 × 64 pixels, 3mm pitch, allows displaying text, colorful images, or animation.
  • 192 × 192mm dimensions, moderate size, suitable for DIY desktop display or wall mount display.
  • Onboard two HUB75 headers, one for controller data input, one for output, and chain support.
  • Provides open-source development resources and tutorials, for use with Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and so on.

Specifications

DIMENSIONS 192mm × 192mm
PIXELS 64 × 64=4096 DOTS
PITCH 3mm
PIXEL FORM 1R1G1B
VIEWING ANGLE ≥160°
CONTROL TYPE synchronization
DRIVING 1/32 scan
HEADER HUB75E
POWER SUPPLY 5V / 4A(VH4 header input)
POWER ≤20W

Header Definition

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PIN DESCRIPTION PIN DESCRIPTION
VCC 5V power input GND Ground
R1 R higher bit data R2 R lower bit data
G1 G higher bit data G2 G lower bit data
B1 B higher bit data B2 B lower bit data
A A line selection B B line selection
C C line selection D D line selection
E E line selection CLK clock input
LAT/STB latch pin OE output enable

Note: The power supply ports (VCC and GND) of the display screen are 5V power supply, do not connect to other power supply voltages, so as not to burn the display screen.

Usage Scenarios

DIY Maker Desktop Or Wall Mount Display, Signboard, Environment Monitor...

RGB-Matrix-P3-64x32-details-07.jpg

Raspberry Pi Instructions

It is not recommended to use with Raspberry Pi board, because the new version of Raspberry Pi no longer supports wiring pi.
If you must use the Raspberry Pi board, please refer to the github information: Demo, wiring reference.

User Guides for Arduino Mega

Hardware Connection

Prepare materials

  • RGB-Matrix-P3-64x64
  • Arduino Mega (please purchase it separately)

Hardware Connection Diagram

Arduino-Mega-hw-connect-RGB-Matrix02.jpg

Software Settings

  • Download example
  • After connecting the wires according to the hardware connection diagram, the software settings are as follows:
    Arduino-Mega-RGB-Matrix-EN.jpg

RGB text display

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The effect of running the instance is shown in the following figure:
【Function Description】

  • UI:
    • Can display icons
    • Can display text content such as text and numbers

Working with ESP32

Preparation

  • RGB-Matrix-P4-64x64
  • NodeMCU-32S (not included)

Hardware Connection

RGB-Matrix-P4-64x32 ESP32.jpg

Software Setting

  • Download the demo.
  • After connecting the wires according to the hardware connection diagram, the software settings are as follows:

RGB-Matrix-P4-64x32 ESP3202.jpg

  • Note: if you don't have the corresponding board, you can operate as below:
Click on file -> add board manager address -> enter: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/espressif/arduino-esp32/gh-pages/package_esp32_index.json -> OK

Perform

SimpleTestShapes: Display basic shapes
PatternPlasma: Displays cool plasma patterns
BouncingSquares: Show bouncing squares
AuroraDemo: Simple example showing various animation effects
#There is an open source project on GitHub: ESP32-HUB75-MatrixPanel-I2S-DMA, which has a more detailed introduction.

Working with Pico

Hardware Connection

Preparation

  • RGB-Matrix-P4-64x64
  • Raspberry Pi Pico (It must be purchased separately. If not, it is recommended to buy one with soldered pin headers, which is convenient for wiring.)

Diagram

RGB-Matrix-P4-64x32 Pico.jpg

Software Setting

  • Download the demo
  • After connecting the wire according to the diagram, you can set the software:

environment building

Performance

  • After setting up the CircuitPython environment, you can copy all the contents of the CircuitPython directory in the downloaded Pico example to the recognized U flash drive, and you can run the example (there are 16 demos in this code).
  • The PSD folder is a file in ".psd" format, which can be used to modify the text image that needs to be moved. The modified image needs to be saved as "Excellent" and the format needs to be converted to BMP format.

RGB-Matrix-P4-64x32 Pico02.png
【Function】

  • Display text
  • Set scrolling effect

Resources

Support

If you require technical support, please go to the Support page and open a ticket.