These displays are small, only about 1in diameter, but very readable due to the high contrast of an OLED display. This display is made of 128×64 individual OLED pixels, each one is turned on or off by the controller chip. The top 16 rows are comprised by yellow pixels, whereas the bottom 48 are blue. Because the display makes its own light, no backlight is required. This reduces the power required to run the OLED and is why the display has such high contrast; we really like this miniature display for its crispness!
This breakout can be used with either an SPI or I2C interface – selectable by soldering two jumpers on the back. The design is completely 5V-ready, with an onboard regulator and built in boost converter. It’s easier than ever to connect directly to your 3.3V or 5V microcontroller or single board computer!
- Size: 0.96in
- Resolution: 128 64pixels
- Viewing angle: greater than 160deg
- Power: 0.04W (low-power mode)
- Input voltage: 3.3V~5VDC
- Working temperature: –30~80°C
- Size: 27mm×27mm×4.1mm
- Driver IC: SSD1306
- Communication: I2C
- Backlight: OLED self-lit (no backlight)
- Pixel Color: yellow (16 rows) and blue
We have written useful guides for getting you started with these OLED screens:
Operating Voltage: 3.3~5VDC
Connects via I2C to any microcontroller or single-board computer
Works with ESP8266, Arduino, 8051, MSP420, STM32, Raspberry Pi!
Pixel Color: yellow (16 rows) and blue. Resolution: 128×64 pixels; Size: 0.96in (diagonal)
Built-in SSD1306 driver; I2C address: 0x3C