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3X3X3 LED Cube Circuit [Project]
posted June 18 2014 4:24.13 by spic0m




From Electronicshub admin:

"This article is written to describe the design and working of a simple LED cube circuit. Most of the LED cube circuits are designed using microcontroller. However to have a circuit without any difficulties of programming, we decided upon a simple idea of driving the cube using just a timer and counter arrangement. Here we arrange total of 27 LEDs in cubical arrangement such that there are 9 sets of a trio of LEDs. Apart from the LEDs, all we need is a 555 Timer IC and two 4017 counter ICs. IC 4017 is a CMOS decade counter IC with inbuilt counter come decoder circuit. Reason for using 4017 IC is its ability to drive the LEDs directly without requiring any BCD decoder."


Read more about the project here.

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