Seven-segment LED displays are a widely utilized technology in digital electronics, known for their simple yet effective design in presenting numerical and certain alphabetical characters. Consisting of seven individually controllable light-emitting diodes (LEDs), these segments are arranged in a figure-eight pattern, enabling the representation of numerals 0 through 9 and a limited set of letters. A key advantage of seven-segment displays is their low power consumption and high visibility, making them ideal for use in various applications such as clocks, calculators, digital meters, and scoreboards. Their popularity can be attributed to their ease of interfacing with microcontrollers and other digital circuits, as well as their availability in a range of sizes and colors. Although more advanced display technologies like LCD and OLED have emerged, seven-segment LED displays remain a cost-effective and reliable choice for many simple digital display needs.