7. IIC OLED Module

7.1. Introduction

  • This is an OLED display to show the data you want to print.(Chinese is not supported)

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7.2. Characteristics


  • This is a mini OLED display whose diameter is only 1 inch, it is of high resolution due to the high contrast of the display.

  • The display is made of 128x64 white OLED pixels with each on/off by the controlling chip.

  • The mini and smart OLED display is of strong readability due to its high contrast.

  • The display does not require backlight self-illumination, it lowers the power for the OLED display to work.

  • The loaded voltage regulator and the built-in boost converter made it possible to connect the power in 5V. It is easy to connect to the mini controller in 3V/5V power without any level translator.

7.3. Specifications


Item | Parameter :-: | :-: SKU|EF03155 OLED self-illumination|No Backlight Screen Size | 0.96 Resolution|128×64 Color|Blue Communication Mode|IIC Power dissipation|ULP Working Temperature|-20-70℃ Working Voltage|3.3-5V Dimension|27mm * 28mm

7.4. Dimension


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7.5. Quick to start


Connection diagram

  • CL pin connect to CL pin; SA to DA; V to V; G to G.

Take sensor:bit for example:

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Add package

  • Click “Advanced”in the choice of the MakeCode to find more choices.

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  • Click “Extensions”, search “oled”in the dialog box and then download oled-ssd1306.

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Program as the picture shows.

  • Initialize the pixels of the OLED screen as 64*128.

  • Show characters: “elecfreaks”

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Reference


Links:https://makecode.microbit.org/_iEs0aXHMh011

You can also download the links below:

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Result

  • “elecfreaks” is displayed on the screen.

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7.6. Relevant cases


7.7. Technique Files