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0.96" OLED i2c Display (3.3V - 5.0V) I used to buy these little displays off ebay but the price kept climbing so I decided to create my own. -3.3V - 5.0V -SSD1306 driver -compatible with the Adafru...Read More…
0.96" OLED i2c Display (3.3V - 5.0V)
I used to buy these little displays off ebay but the price kept climbing so I decided to create my own.
-3.3V - 5.0V -SSD1306 driver -compatible with the Adafruit Graphics Library with small change of the address from 0x3D to 0x3C or use my test code here: https://sites.google.com/site/0miker0/oled-displays
-display colour is white.
-current draw varies with brightness and pixels lit. The display draws between 8mA - 12mA.
-dimensions are 26.7mm from right to left, 26mm from top to bottom and 5mm thick
-4.7K - 10K pullup resistors are needed on both i2c lines
-the test code uses the displays internal charge pump command which eliminates the need for an external boost circuit that other displays sometimes use. Towards the end of the init function it also has a rotate 180 degree command which might come in handy.
-this displays has a 3.3V LDO and a proper i2c level converter so the price is a few dollars more than the 3.3V only version. If your project runs on 3.3V then go with the other cheaper display.
-Schematic to make your own is at:https://sites.google.com/site/0miker0/oled-displays Altium and gerber files are also available upon request and will be on the web site very soon.
-data sheet for the glass is at: http://www.buy-display.com/default/oled-display-module.html
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Hardware Designer using tiny microcontrollers based on Atmel AVR's and Oled displays. Large supporter of Open Source designs and the sharing of knowledge.