OLED display 128 x 64 SPI - White

OLED display 128 x 64 SPI - White

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This OLED display has white pixels on a black background. The display communicates over SPI / I2C and can be powered with 3.3V.

OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) means that the screen consists of all small LEDs (each pixel equals 1 LED). As a result, the display does not require a backlight and is much more economical to use. In addition, this gives a much higher contrast, making this display very clear and legible despite its size.

Specifications
  • Control chip: SSD1306
  • Display area: 21.744 x 10864mm
  • Physical size: 27.3 x 27.8mm
  • Interface type: by Default 7-wire SPI
  • Switchable rear resistor to use 3-wire SPI, IIC interfaces
  • Number of pins: 7
  • Display color: White
  • Working temperature: -40 -70°C
Interface
  • GND (Power ground)
  • VCC (Power 3.3V - 5V)
  • D0 (SPI clock line for SPI interface and IIC clock line for IIC interface)
  • D1 (SPI data line for SPI interface and IIC data line for IIC interface)
  • RES (OLED reset, OLED needs to be reset once after power-on)
  • DC (SPI data/command selection pin, used to set IIC address when IIC interface)
  • CS (OLED SPI chip select, active low, if you do not want to use must be grounded)

Connection
  • Method 1:
    MCU hardware SPI connection method:
    If there is only one device on the SPI bus, you can directly ground the CS of the OLED screen, which saves an IO.
  • Method 2:
    MCU IO analog SPI connection mode:
    If there is only one device on the SPI bus, you can directly ground the CS of the OLED screen, which saves an IO.
  • Method 3:
    MCU analog IIC connection method:
    IIC address:
    DC is low = 0x78
    DC is high = 0x7A
  • Method 4:
    MCU hardware IIC connection method:
    IIC address:
    DC is low = 0x78
    DC is high = 0x7A

Properties

Color Blue
Resolution 128 x 64
Consumption 80 mA
Viewing angle 160 °

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Customer Reviews

The Netherlands
Works well! Snel, 115fps op Leonardo Leuke prijs. Matige helderheid
Leuk scherm voor het geld, en de voorkeur t.o.v.
https://opencircuit.nl/product/oled-display-wit-128-x-64-i2c-2
Met SPI kun je mini-games maken, over I2C lukt dat niet. Leuk om micro-games op te programmeren.
Scherm is echt héél erg mini. Wees je daarvan bewust. En ook niet bijster helder. Wil je helder, scherp, klein en snel, kijk dan naar de IPS SPI kleurenschermpjes, alleen heb je daar wel veel meer RAM voor nodig. Dan heb je zoiets:
https://opencircuit.nl/product/2.0-320x240-IPS-TFT-kleurendisplay-microSD
Dit zit er een beetje tussenin:
https://opencircuit.nl/product/1.8-TFT-module-SPI
Stuk groter, kleur, flink helderder, maar geen IPS/OLED kijkhoeken.
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The Netherlands
Works well!
Nice display
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The Netherlands
Very fast delivery Does not fit the smart meter reader, ordered wrong ..
Fine display, but not the right one for my smart meter reader
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The Netherlands
Works well!
Just find out how you connect this and then it worked immediately! All the different names for the SPI pins are confusing. In this case the data pins are called DI and DO, for other times they are called MOSI and MISO. You have to be able to handle that.
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The Netherlands
Together with NodeMcu v3, MicroPython and the correct library output to the screen in a few minutes
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