Litronix DL1416  
Written by Accutron on 2017-02-16  

Litronix first entered the intelligent display market in 1977 with the introduction of the DL1416 four-digit alphanumeric display. The DL1416 is a powerful device, with an integrated ASCII ROM decoder, cursor control, multiplexing circuitry and constant current drivers. The DL1416 accepts asynchronous input and can store all four characters in memory indefinitely.

Perhaps the best-known use of the DL1416 is as the display of the Rockwell AIM-65 6502-based development system.

Special thanks to Dr. Bruce Jarnot for donating this display.

Siemens DL1416B Datasheet (PDF)

Litronix DL1416 intelligent alphanumeric LED display.

This article is part of the [Integrated Optoelectronics] exhibit.

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