About Scoreduino App

What is Scoreduino ?

Scoreduino is a combination of Arduino based controller and Android App designed to operate up/down counters and scoreboards

Scoreduino is an Arduino based programmable controller/device/platform dedicated to building and operating 74LS192 based scoreboards and up & down counters. It is slightly different from the regular Arduino board. It has been modified to make the Arduino compatible with 74LS192. Scoreduino based scoreboards and up & down counters can be controlled with the Scoreduino app.

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About Scoreduino app

A platform to control up & down counter and Scoreboards

Scoreduino app is an Android-based app for controlling Scoreduino counters and scoreboards. The app has altogether 7 modules for different scoreboards and up & down counters.

The apps have been named as SCORE1, SCORE2, SCORE3, SCORE4, SCORE5, and SCORE6. There is one more app titled CD4029 which can be used for CD4029 based up and down counter.

The app sends up and down control signals as well as specific numbers to the Scoreduino devices.

Scoreduino apps communicate with Scoreduino devices via Bluetooth. It has been built using MIT media lab’s App Inventor For Android. 

The app is FREE and it has been released under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 license. 

SCORE1

SCORE1 is an app for controlling one to unlimited number of large seven segment displays connected together.

SCORE1 is an app for controlling one to unlimited number of seven-segment displays connected together. It is basically a controller that sends up and down counter signals to the seven segments display driver. You can send a specific number/value to the seven segment display and also count the number up and down.

The size of the seven-segment displays can be 1.2 inches to 5 inches big. SCORE1 sends control commands to the SCOREDUINO-A board via Bluetooth.

This app is suitable for testing a 1.2″ to 5″ common anode seven segment display.

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SCORE2

SCORE2 is an app for controlling a two digits seven segment displays connected together.

SCORE2 is an app module for controlling two digits seven-segment displays.

It is basically a Scoreduino controller that sends up and down counter signals. You can also send a specific number/value to the seven segment displays and also count the number up and down.

The size of the seven-segment displays can be 1.2 inches to 5 inches big.

SCORE2 sends control commands to the SCOREDUINO-A board via Bluetooth. This app is suitable for testing a 1.2″ to 5″ common anode seven segment displays.

 

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SCORE3

SCORE3 is an app for controlling a 3 digits up and down counter.

SCORE3 is an app for controlling the 3 digits seven-segment displays driver. It is basically a controller that sends up and down counter signals to the Scoreduino-A board. You can also send specific numbers/values to the seven segment displays and also count the number up and down.

The size of the seven-segment displays can be 1.2 inches to 5 inches big. SCORE3 sends control commands to the SCOREDUINO-A board via Bluetooth.

You can either build a 3 digits up and down counter by concatenating 3 x single digit counters or use a single 3 digits up down counter.

 

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SCORE4

SCORE4 is an app for controlling a two-sided digital electronic scoreboard.

SCORE4 is an app for controlling a two teams scoreboard built using Scoreduino-B. It is basically a controller that sends up and down count signals to the two-sided Scoreduino board. You can also send specific numbers/values to the seven segment displays and also count the scores up and down.

All the two-sided/teams scoreboards work with SCORE4. 4 represents the 4 digits of the scoreboard. SCORE4 sends control commands to the scoreboard via Bluetooth.

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SCORE5

SCORE5 is an app for controlling the two-sided digital electronic scoreboard with inning display.

SCORE5 is an app for controlling a two-sided/teams scoreboard built using Scoreduino. It is basically a controller that sends up and down count signals to the two-sided scoreboard. It has an innings display in the middle of the two scores. You can also send specific numbers/values to the score displays and also count the scores up and down.

All the two-sided/teams scoreboards with innings display work with SCORE5. 5 represents the 5 digits of the scoreboard. SCORE5 sends control commands to the two-sided Scoreduino board via Bluetooth.

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SCORE6

SCORE6 is an app for controlling the two-sided digital electronic table tennis scoreboard.

SCORE6 is an app module for controlling a two-sided/teams scoreboard built using Scoreduino. It is basically a controller that sends up and down count signals to the two-sided scoreboard. It has ‘set win’ displays on each side of the two scores. You can also send specific numbers/values to the score displays and also count the scores up and down.

All the two-sided/teams scoreboards with ‘set win’ display work with SCORE6. 6 represents the 6 digits of the scoreboard. SCORE6 sends control commands to the two-sided Scoreduino board via Bluetooth.

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CD4029

This app is for controlling a CD4029 based up and down counter module

CD4029 is a presettable binary/decade up and down counter chip. The Scoreduino app has a feature to control the CD4029 based up and down counter module. You can connect the CD4029 counter module to Arduino and send up and down signals via Bluetooth. It is the most basic and the simplest up and down counter for Arduino enthusiasts.

It does not work with the Scoreduino device/hardware.

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