Sabernetics Tech Electronics

0.84" OLED Display 96×16

I2C Mini-OLED Module


The OLED Display is a simple cost effective solution for interfacing to a small Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) Display based on the SSD1306 driver. The 96 x 16 pixel OLED Display is controlled via I2C Fast-mode, with a bit rate up to 400kbit/s. With the optional Chip Select pin multiple display modules can be controlled on the same I2C line.

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  • Holden Karau
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  • Sean Blechschmidt, Proto-Design, Inc.
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    1. 2 Comments

    2. Nice oled you guys came up with, I’m just getting into a project and was looking for a small display like this for a very small arduino pro mini device and looked forever for an appropriate display until I found yours on Jameco website. Great example code listed here to boot that will obviously make it a snap to use as well. Perfect for my application. I’ll post back later when I have a decent working prototype. If all goes well I might need a whole lot of them though.

      John

      April 14, 2013

      • Awesome! I look forward to seeing what you come up with.

        Joshua

        April 26, 2013

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