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OCTOPUS OLED Display

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OCTOPUS OLED Display


SKU: EF04076

weight:7.82g

OCTOPUS OLED Display is a 0.96 inch electric brick with OLED display. It can display small patterns, alphabets and numbers. It is widely used to MP3 music players, smart watches, gauges, etc..


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    OCTOPUS OLED Display is an OCTOPUS series electric brick with 128X64 OLED display.OLED display has characters of thin thickness, high brightness, self-emission, wide resolution and visual angle, wide temperature range and low power consumption,etc..It can be used for small patterns, alphabets, numbers display.

     

    Features

    1.Small volume and thickness

    2.Adopt IIC communication port

    3.Low power consumption

    4.Working current: 29mA:<AX:

    5.Working temperature: -30 ~ 70

    6.Size: 42.69mm×31.29mm

     

    Application

    1.can be used for small patterns, alphabets, numbers display

    2.Arduino Teaching

    3.Combine with OCTOPUS series

    4.Widely applied for MP3 music player smart watches, etc..

     

    Configuration

    1. OCTOPUS OLED Display module

    2. Arduino UNO mainboard

    3. 4P dupont cable

    4. Micro USB cable

     

    Quick Start

    Hardware Connection

    Connection note: Connect this module to the I2C port on OCTOPUS:BIT. 

    Programming

    Click the "Advanced" selection in the Makecode to check more coding selections.

    We need to add a package for the coding. Click "Add package" from the bottom of the page and search"oled" in the dialog box, then download the equivalent package.(Pointed by the red arrows below)

    Code

    Program links: [https://makecode.microbit.org/40839-61021-96605-66333](https://makecode.microbit.org/40839-61021-96605-66333) You can also download it directly from below:

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    Results

    The screen of this module shows "hello world".

     

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    Resources:

    OCTOPUS_OLED_Display_SPEC

    OCTOPUS_OLED_Display_User_Guide

     

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