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I would like to ask if anybody knows if there are led display modules that all the digits share the same a..g bus internally connected,saving with this way the hardest part of routing them in a single layer pcb.

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You mean 7 segment displays?

 

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Yes. I suspect most multi-digit displays do, certainly the first handful I looked at are arranged that way.

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There are multi digit displays at digikey, mouser

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Farnell too

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And ebay

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Probably even Jameco

 

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