Take a moment to review the components in the circuit diagram. This illustration is meant for referencing wired connections - the length of wire, position and size of components are not exact.

Note that in order to drive the 64x64 dot matrix display, you must connect GPIO pins 4 and 18.

RGB Matrix Bonnet connects to the Raspberry Pi Zero.

The 2.1mm Male DC adapter and will need to be 150mm long.

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Wiring diagram

While it is okay to use a single power supply to feed both RPI and matrix display, it is important that the throughput is powerful enough.

5v 10A switching power supply is plenty for this project.

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This guide was first published on Dec 30, 2018. It was last updated on Dec 30, 2018.
This page (Circuit Diagram) was last updated on Oct 21, 2020.