This is an excellent low cost and compact mono graphic OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) display. The OLED technology gives a very high contrast image and the resolution of 128 x 64 allows for 8 lines of clearly readable text.
You can control the display through SPI, I2C or with an 8 bit parallel interface. We have example code for both Raspberry Pi and NXP ARM processors. This code allows you to easily draw text, images and animations on the display.
If you’re looking at drawing images, then check out our ImgToArray application. This converts GIF images and animations to a C array that you can include in your application.
A number of displays can be connected in parallel to show the same image. If using SPI mode, multiple displays can be controlled with separate chip select lines.
This display is so quick and easy to use, you will want to add it to everything that you work on.
- 0.96” display area
- 128 x 64 resolution
- SPI / I2C / 8 bit parallel interface options
- 3.3V – 5V interface
- Single 5V power supply
- Drive multiple displays with a small amount of control lines
- Low-power system status display
- Debug output
- Portable display only requiring 5V