LED Digital Display


LED Digital Display


However, in engineering component terms, the definition of an LED display is more commonly taken to be a discrete light-up readout board. Often relatively small and simple, they are designed to be attached to an instrument panel or mounted on a printed circuit board (PCB). The purpose of these types of LED displays is typically just to provide clear and concise information readout for the user.

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Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) came into existence in 1962 and were primarily red in color for the first decade. The first practical LED was invented by Nick Holonyak in 1962 while he was at General Electric.

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