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We all love OLED displays but most of them come with those pesky flex cable connectors that's a bit hard to uses for prototyping. The OLEDY breakout boards(s) makes your prototyping with OLEDs, LC...Read More…
We all love OLED displays but most of them come with those pesky flex cable connectors that's a bit hard to uses for prototyping.
The OLEDY breakout boards(s) makes your prototyping with OLEDs, LCDs and other devices with flex connectors easier to handle. The OLEDY breakout handles 8 different pitches, 0.50, 0.60, 0.62, 0.65, 0.70, 0.80, 0.845 and 1.00 mm, with up to 32 pins.
Please be aware that the 0.60 and 0.65 as mislabeled on the current boards.
The board you'll receive snaps apart into two boards sized 2.5 by 5 cm where each board have 4 pitches depending how you turn the board.
The example picture shows a 25 pin 0.60mm pitch OLED connected to a OLEDY board. It was really easy to solder it up - it took less than a minute and no solder bridges. Even the 0.50 pitch have soldermask between the pads.
You'll get the PCB (breaks apart into two) and a 40-pin pinheader.
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