Binary Number Converter
Binary Number Converter Download spreadsheet Converts to BCD
This excel spreadsheet simulates a Binary Coded Decimal (BCD) to 7 segment display driver circuit.
Instructions: Click on the checkboxes in
spreadsheet next to turn the inputs to the circuit ON or OFF. Bit 1 is the most significant bit while Bit 4 is the least significant. The circuit accepts inputs from 0000 (all bits OFF) to 1111 (all bits ON). Hex characters (A - F) are discplayed for inputs greater than 9 (1001). The interesting feature of this tool is that there are no macros or even formulae entered directly in the cells, all functionality is achieved using a Named Formula and Conditional Formatting . The Named Formula works out the input to the ciruit while the "LEDs" of the 7 segment display are run using conditional formatting. The check boxes are linked to the cells A1, B1, C1 and D1, and the input formula "Input" works out the entry in Binary.
The formula is: Input=VALUE((Sheet1!$A$1+0)&(Sheet1!$B$1+0)&(Sheet1!$C$1+0)&(Sheet1!$D$1+0)) Adding a 0 converts the boolean values in cells A1 through D1 into a number. The logic driving the LEDs can be constructed from AND and OR statements, and are easily handled using conditional formatting. The formatting is used to turn the LEDs off at the appropriate inputs. Conditional formatting is also used to show the switches opening and closing at the input of the circuit
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