Displaying on MAX7219 Dot Matrix Using Arduino

This time, we will display on MAX7219 dot matrix using Maker UNO.

UPDATE

Certain 4 In 1 MAX7219 Dot Matrix Display Module uses different hardware definition in coding. If you have trouble following steps provided in the tutorial (which is using FC16_HW), you can try another hardware types as shown below:

  1. PAROLA_HW
  2. GENERIC_HW
  3. ICSTATION_HW

INTRODUCTION

Previously, I share 2 tutorials explaining how to use MAX7219 dot matrix display with Raspberry Pi:

  1. Displaying on MX7219 Dot Matrix Using Raspberry Pi
  2. Displaying Telegram Message on Dot Matrix Using Raspberry Pi

Now, I want to share how to display on 4 In 1 MAX7219 Dot Matrix Display Module using Maker UNO (Arduino).

VIDEO

This video shows how to interface MAX7219 Dot Matrix with Maker UNO (Arduino).

Hardware Preparation

Wiring between MAX7219 Dot Matrix with Maker UNO

4 In 1 MAX7219 Dot Matrix Display ModuleMaker UNO
VCC5V
GNDGND
DINPin 11
CSPin 10
CLKPin 13

Thank you

References

  1. MD_MAX72XX from majidDesign
  2. MD_Parola from majicDesign

Thanks for reading this tutorial. If you have any technical inquiry, please post at Cytron Technical Forum.

6 thoughts on “Displaying on MAX7219 Dot Matrix Using Arduino”

  1. AIZAT ABD AZIZ

    Sambungan sama seperti tutorial iaitu CLK –> pin 13, Cs –> pin 10, DIN –> pin 11, VCC –> 5V dan GND –> GND

    Semua library yang dimuat turun adalah yang terkini.

    Sekiranya menggunakan FC16_HW, perkataan yang keluar –> OLLEH dan agak tidak tersusun.

    Sekiranya menggunakan ICSTATION_HW, perkataan yang keluar –> HELLO

  2. AIZAT ABD AZIZ

    Perkataan masih reverse sekiranya menggunakan FC16_HW. Saya tukar kepada ISCSTATION_HW barulah perkataan tidak terbalik lagi. Saya menggunakan Arduino UNO original dari CYTRON dan juga LED DOT MATRIX dari cytron juga.

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