Display Modules - LED Character and Numeric
Display Modules - LED Character and Numeric are devices that can display characters and numbers by individually illuminating segments of LEDs. Commonly referred to as “7 segment displays” they are most often used to display numbers either individually or with multiple displays joined together, units with more segments (14 or 16) can also display alphabetic characters as well.
Display Modules - LED Dot Matrix and Cluster
Display Modules - LED Dot Matrix and Cluster units are Devices that use a light emitting diodes arranged in a matrix layout to provide visual graphics. Typically arranged in grid pattern with either the positive or negative terminal of the light emitting diode tied together as a common circuit node. Available in a variety of sizes and colors, these units can accept a wide range of interfaces from I2C, 8-bit parallel, serial and ASCII inputs.
LED Emitters - Infrared, UV, Visible
Infrared, UV, Visible Emitters are semiconductor devices that produce light in the infrared, visible and ultraviolet frequency ranges (255 ~ 1720 nanometers). Often found in devices such as remote controls, optical wireless links, or alternative illumination sources, they can produce intense sources of radiation that more common light sources are unable to. With a range of electrical specification, case sizes and viewing angles, these items are able to fill a wide application role.
LED Indication - Discrete
Light emitting diodes are semiconductor devices that emit light when conducting current. LEDs in this family are single or array configuration for status indication on printed circuit boards. They are differentiated by package/case, wavelength, viewing angle, forward voltage, current rating, millicandela rating, color, and mounting type. Configurations include common anode or cathode and bidirectional.
LEDs - Circuit Board Indicators, Arrays, Light Bars, Bar Graphs
Products within this family are Light Emitting Diode (LED) devices that are mechanically packaged for convenient use as visual indicators in various formats, ranging from single LEDs that are commonly used for indicating the power-on status of a device, to multi-segment devices used to create simple bar graph displays that are useful for communicating information such as the level of fluid remaining in a tank, or amount of charge remaining in a battery.