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January 8, 2013

Signature Electronic Signs Hack and Repair

at 2:06 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

 

Our friend Bob Davis has been working with some Signature Electronic Signs. He didn’t like the complex controller that came with the device so he made a controller based on the arduino to control the sign. You can see the code that makes the system work here. These displays are available on Ebay at some reasonable prices, Bob describes some of technical details of the display here where he tells us how he repaired one that he purchased on Ebay.

 


 

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2 Responses to “Signature Electronic Signs Hack and Repair”

  1. David G Says:

    I have a 70×14 led display that’s original amplifier and controller are missing. If you want it you can have it. It uses 18 TPIC6B595 Texas Instrument chips. You will need to build a 7 or 14 channel amplifier circuit card and a arduino.
    Dave G

    Pass this on please

  2. Smart Thermostats Says:

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