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2000\12\29@070323 by Richard Malcolm-Smith

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I have in the past seen some triangular LEDs available, I cant for the
life of me remember where.

Also, I am looking for some largeish starburst displays - these are like
the 7 sebment displays but with more segments allowing for a full
alphabet and some other symbols. (Think pinball machine)

Im wanting both to go on a goofy LED clock I want to make. The biggest
displays I have found are 1.1" high - I was hoping for 3" or so.

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2000\12\29@112836 by mike

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On Sat, 30 Dec 2000 01:04:27 +1300, you wrote:

>I have in the past seen some triangular LEDs available, I cant for the
>life of me remember where.
>
>Also, I am looking for some largeish starburst displays - these are like
>the 7 sebment displays but with more segments allowing for a full
>alphabet and some other symbols. (Think pinball machine)
>
>Im wanting both to go on a goofy LED clock I want to make. The biggest
>displays I have found are 1.1" high - I was hoping for 3" or so.
seven-seg displays are readily available in 2" to  5" versions, e.g.
from Farnell. 2 and 4" are much more common.
You could also use dot-matrix modules to make any size you like.
For some big clock ideas see http://www.netcomuk.co.uk/~wwl/mikesclocks.html

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