Posted on Tuesday, August 28th, 2012 in OLED by the machinegeek
Joshua Jach has developed and released his mini I2C OLED display. The project, which has been fully funded via KickStarter, provides a simple way to interface MCUs to a small Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) Display based on the SSD1306 driver. The OLED Module is controlled via I2C fast-mode, with a bit rate up to 400kbit/s. Only 4 wires are needed to control it – 5V, GND, SDA, SCL.
All files, as well as code to use with Arduino can be found on the Sabernetics Tech page. For those not inclined to DIY, this module is available from Jameco for $19.95.
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