This is a simple 2 rows of 4 displays using 0.56 inch 7-segment displays.
- The connector used is a OST 302-R161 but can be replaced with any 8x2 pins connector with a pitch of 100 mils and a row spacing of 100 mils. Current configuration is set for the connector to be at the back of the board.
- The 7-segment displays are LTD-6410G. They can be replaced with any display that is common anode and pin compatible. Refer to the datasheet for more details.
Large mounting holes will fit #4 screws (1/8" diameter). Smaller holes are for standoff (0.1" diameter) and are intented for standoff. I case you wonder, I use Ricoh PST-10-01 standoff in the photo.
There is no current limiting resistors and no power connections. Doing so allows you to power the displays with what ever voltage you like but don't forget to put some current limiting resistors at the other end of the connecting cable.
Switching the connector to the front of the board will cause the pin numbering mismatch depending which orientation you choose for the connector. For example, the 30316-6002HB's pin 15 or pin 2 will become pin 1 depending if the flip was vertical or horizontal, respectivelly. Make sure you make the proper adjustement at the other end of the connecting cable.