MAX7219 8x32 4 in 1 Dot Matrix LED Display Module Compatible with Arduino and Raspberry Pi

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✔️ Bright LED display with 4 x 64 = 256 dots; resolution 32 x 8 LEDs
✔️ Dimensions (LxWxH): 130 x 32 x 19.5 mm; per LED panel: 32 x 32 x 7* mm (* 11 mm incl. pins)
✔️ Red LEDs with a diameter of 3 mm and a gap of 1 mm each
✔️ Incl. cable and additional pin strip for easy matrix expandability

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Highly scalable from a single 64-LED panel to a small LED wall, the bright red modules are suitable for displays with long-distance effects. The AZDelivery LED matrix with 256 LEDs consumes a maximum of only 160 mA, so that it can be conveniently operated without an additional energy source, e.g. via a microcontroller. The MAX7219 LED drivers are controlled via SPI data protocol using only 5 cables - even if you connect several modules together.

Different effects can be achieved with different controllers: Spectrum music mode, rolling subtitle, image display, video display, fireworks effect and chase effect.


  • Since the LEDs of the display are individually addressable, you can set the LEDs to scroll messages or show images on the display.
  • Compared to other matrix displays, this display module is very cost-efficient and allows you to reduce the usage cost.
  • The linkable and compatible design of the display allows expansion of the matrix panel.

Technical specifications

Dimensions 128 x 32 x 15mm
Material PCB
Chip Max7219
LED color Red
Power supply From 3.3V to 5V DC
Working current DC 30mA - 80mA
Operating voltage From +3.3V to +5V DC
Operating temperature from -10 ° C to 80 ° C
Changeable brightness in software
Brightness digital and analog

Cost -effective design

Made from high -quality materials, the Matrix display has a cost -effective and compact design and thus enables reduction in the costs.

Quick start guide

When buying one of our high-quality products, you will also receive an inclusive e-book for a quick introduction to the world of microelectronics.

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