5 Piece 0.96 inch OLED module 12864 128×64 yellow blue ssd1306 driver i2c iic serial self-luminous display board compatible with Arduino Raspberry PI
This OLED display module is small, only 0.96inch diagonal, it is made of 128×64 individual yellow and blue OLED pixels, each one is turn on or off by the controller chip.
It works without backlight, that is, in a dark environment OLED display is higher compared to that of LCD display you are going to like the miniature for its crispness.
The driver chip of this OLED is SSD1306, which is compatible with IIC communication. So this module will also be controlled by I2C. That is, aside from the VCC and GND, 2 wires would be needed when the use of 4-wires I2C mode.
There is also a simple switch-cap charge pump that turns 5v into a low voltage drive for the OLEDs, making this module the easiest how you can get an OLED into your project.
OLED self-luminous, no backlight.
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Size: 0.96 inch
Driver IC: SSD1306
Voltage: 3.3V-5V DC
Viewing angle: more than 160 degree
High resolution: 128 x 64
Working Temperature: -30 to 70 degree Centigrade
Display: 2 rows of yellow, 6 rows of blue
Module size: 27 x 27 x 4 mm
Screen material: glass, need good protection
SCL: I2C serial clock (A5; MEGA: 21)
SDA: I2C serial data (A4; MEGA: 20)
5 x 0.96 Inch 128×64 yellow blue oled display module
The blue and yellow areas are fixed and cannot be reset.
The yellow area is the upper row, and the lower area is blue, as shown in the picture.
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Applications: 0.96 inch OLED module for showing graphical and textual information directly on your micro-controller projects; It supports many chips: compatible with Arduino Mega, Raspberry pi, 51 MCU, STIM 32, and so forth.
Resolution: 128 x 64; View angle: more than 160 degree; Improve voltage: 3.3V-5V DC; Power consumption: 0.04W all through normal operation, full screen lit 0.08W
Embedded driver IC: SSD1306; Communication: I2C/IIC Interface, only need 2 I/O ports; Compatible with MMDVM, Pi-Star, and it is compatible with Raspberry pi
Self-luminous: needn’t backlight, the display can self-luminous; It has high contrast, bright and crisp dots, even tiny fonts fairly readable
About fonts: no embedded fonts inside the OLED controller, user can create the fonts through the font generation software