Does anyone here know where I could get a Longtek 6052 X-S duplex display?

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MissFluffy

Joined Oct 25, 2023
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Does anyone here know where I could get a Longtek 6052 X-S, as mentioned on these websites?

1. https://www.electronicshub.org/digital-alarm-clock/
2. https://makingcircuits.com/blog/how-to-make-a-simple-digital-clock-circuit-explained/


Are there any alternatives to it that works with my LM8560?

I've been trying to find similar alternatives that works with my LM8560 chip, but I'm not quite sure if they have the same function as the Longtek 6052 X-S, which does not need programming or microcontrollers. I'm hoping to find that particular model or something very similar to it.
 
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AnalogKid

Joined Aug 1, 2013
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I've seen this technique before, but not actually worked with it. It is a variation of a standard 4-digit multiplexed display, but uses only two drive signals instead of four (1 per digit). The problem is that for any single digit, the segments are split between two drive signals. I would try looking for the display on alibaba.

Here is the datasheet for the clock chip.

http://www.unisonic.com.tw/english/datasheet/LM8560.pdf

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MissFluffy

Joined Oct 25, 2023
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Thank you for giving me some references. I’ve been very stressed finding alternatives to the Longtek 4 bit duplex display lol
 
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