So i am completely new on this topic. i have a problem which looks something like this.
i have a light which is designed with a 7 segment display which gives the reading of various parameters . the light's orientation by default is vertical with display on bottom. Problem is if we rotate the light by 180 degrees , the result would be display on the top and light on the bottom in an inverted vertical orientation. the light and display would function properly but the digits will also be flipped vertically. I am looking for solution to this, i want that the 7 segment display should be displaying figures properly according to the orientation . eg:- if its in default orientation then 7 segment display must also be in default, but when light is vertically rotated by 180 degree , the display must change in such a way to display result properly. I would really appreciate if somebody could come up with an idea to overcome this problem.
and the last one is really easy , what would be the best way to break the circuit if the input exceed 225 volts ?.
thank you so much.