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Evaluation Kits (1)
The MAX6960 evaluation kit (EV kit) provides a proven design to evaluate the MAX6960 8 x 8 graphic LED tile display driver. The EV kit board contains four MAX6960 LED display drivers, four 2.4in 8 x 8 bicolor LED tiles, a 4MHz oscillator, and logic buffers. Each MAX6960 EV kit can be cascaded to support up to a total of 20 MAX6960 devices. The EV kit also includes Windows® 98SE/2000/XP-compatible software, which provides a simple graphical user interface (GUI) for exercising the MAX6960's features.
The MAX6960 evaluation system (EV system) consists of a MAX6960 EV kit and a companion Maxim CMODUSB serial interface board. The Maxim CMODUSB serial interface board allows an IBM®-compatible PC to use its USB port to emulate a serial interface that is compatible with the MAX6960. Order the MAX6960EVCMODU for a complete PC-based evaluation of the MAX6960. Order the MAX6960EVKIT if you already have a MAX6960 compatible serial interface.
The EV kit includes a preinstalled MAX6960ATH.
- Audio/Video Equipment
- Gaming Machines
- Industrial Controls
- Message Boards
Features & Benefits
- Four On-Board MAX6960 Devices
- Four 2.4in 8 x 8 Bicolor (Red/Green) LED Tiles
- 4MHz Oscillator
- Cascading EV Kits (Up to 5 EV Kit Boards)
- Buffered Serial Interface
- Windows 98SE/2000/XP-Compatible Evaluation Software
- Proven PC Board Layout
- Fully Assembled and Tested
- EV System Includes USB Connectivity
Documentation & Resources
UG-4397: MAX6960 Programming Guide for Large LED Displays4/17/2009132K
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