Your basic 7-segment LED, but in blue! Common anode. Two decimal points, but only the one on the right is wired. Digit height is 0.6". Overall height is 1".
**Note: **As far as we can tell the pinout in the datasheet is incorrect. This is the correct pin-out:
|1: E||10: G|
|2: D||9: F|
|3: Common Anode||8: Common Anode|
|4: C||7: A|
|5: DP||6: B|
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Took me some trial and error but I figured out the pins without using a shift register
You say the pinout on the datasheet is wrong, but the (current) datasheet shows the same pinout as you do...
I think we may have updated the data sheet and forgotten to remove the note in the product description here, but I'll double check. Thanks for the review!