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LED Module Database.

Post17 Feb 2013, 20:29

A request has been made for a LED module database, I have discussed this with Kasper and he has decided to allow a trial run which will be kept if it proves to be successful, I have started the ball rolling with a Hughes 29mm module and would now invite other members to upload their own photo's and corresponding information and add to or correct any information already given.
Please post on this thread and for my part I will try to keep the database organised and as user friendly as possible..... so if you think it is a worthwhile idea and want to keep it - stick on ya pic's.


1. Hughes Dot Display Module.

1. Close Up Of display.
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2. Front Of Module.
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3. Back Of Module.
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4. Back Of Module Minus Plastic Carrier.
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Manufacturer = Hughes.
Date = 1973 to 1976
Diameter = 29.31mm
Depth = 6mm, 7mm including black plastic front cover.
Button Location = Command button at 2 o'clock position (other variations have command buttons at the 2 and 7 o'clock position), set button at the 3 o'clock position.
QC Frequency = 786.432Hz
Variations = Line segmented display, month, date display, day of the week display, fixed message and programmable message.
Battery Size = 357 or 386 (11.6mm diameter)
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Re: LED Module Database.

Post25 Feb 2013, 03:12

Hehe, can't resist bragging a bit. :grin1:
But in fact I always liked collecting spare modules - although its sometimes more of a challange than complete watches:

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Re: LED Module Database.

Post25 Feb 2013, 08:54

Thats a nice one, Hewlett Packard HP-01:

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Re: LED Module Database.

Post25 Feb 2013, 08:57

Texas Instruments 100, 400 and ladies series:

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Post25 Feb 2013, 09:00

Fairchild mens and ladies:

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Re: LED Module Database.

Post25 Feb 2013, 09:03

Girard Perregaux "Casquette" 395 - 397 ;-)

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More informations please see my old article http://ledwatch.de/gp.htm
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Re: LED Module Database.

Post25 Feb 2013, 15:20

Here's an early hand soldered module. I cant remember what this came out of, but notice how its got 11 driver transistors for the multiplexed 7 segments X 4 digit display !!

Does anyone else recognise this ?


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Re: LED Module Database.

Post26 Feb 2013, 15:17

National Semiconductor

Diameter 29mm, thicknesses of 6 or 8 mm may fit batteries 386 or 357 accordingly.
Demand button 2 o'clock, Set button 4 o'clock, second time zone at 8 o'clock if applyed.
Regardless of type no. early versions with dot display, lateron with bars
WM-01: 12hr H,M,S
WM-02: 12hr H,M,S,D
WM-03: 24hr H,M,S,D
WM-04: 12hr H,M,S,D
WM-05: 24hr H,M,S,D
WM-06: 12hr H,M,S,MO,D, Second Time Zone
WM-E7: 24hr H,M,S,MO,D, Second Time Zone
WM-09: 12hr H,M,S,MO,D,DOW

Better avoid touching front side of the earlyer versions which consists only of black plastic foil over a thin silicone layer on the chip's bonding wiring.

Very common modules which were mostly equipped by European watch manufacturers.
In general I'd rate reliability and robustness of NS modules as good/average :-)

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Re: LED Module Database.

Post02 May 2013, 16:46

To Bucko;
I have a Bomar 14k same one that you've found. I also have the original instructions that came with it. Contact me and I'll send you a copy of them.
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Re: LED Module Database.

Post04 May 2013, 00:16

Thank you Steve and welcome to the forum. :-D

I have since managed to find the original instructions but thanks for the kind offer.
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Re: LED Module Database.

Post20 Oct 2013, 04:57

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Re: LED Module Database.

Post03 May 2014, 01:12

Hello everyone
I can contribute with a Hughes Aircraft module. I took it from a Bertone Stratos watch and It should be the module n. 206 ( according to what i read on a book ) but can't find it marked anywhere.
It's very similar to the first module uploaded in this thread but It has 2 command button, time at 2 o'clock and date at 8. The set button is at 3.
Maybe i should take the battery holder away and see if something is written under it, or maybe someone could have some infos.

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