Light up your Arduino and Raspberry Pi display needs with this high resolution, full colour OLED display module! Perfect for graphics, gauges, graphs, even make your own interactive display.
- 16,384 full colour RGB pixels in a 128 x 128 format.
- Rear mounted MicroSD card, accessible directly on the Arduino.
- Active display area 28.8 x 26.8 mm, (1.5 inch diagonal.)
- Removable mounting tabs with "wings" where you can mount optional LEDs and buttons.
- Simple interface with Arduino compatible library, graphics and text functions plus examples.
- OLED Shield LCD Adaptor for Eleven and compatible boards
- OLED Stick LCD Adaptor for LeoStick
- PiScreen LCD Adaptor for Raspberry Pi
- OLED128 QuickStart Guide for Arduino
- OLED 128 QuickStart Guide for Raspberry Pi
- OLED128 LED & switch wing guide
- FTOLED Arduino Library & FTOLED Wiki
- Discuss in the forum
- Hardware schematic PDF
- Dimensioned drawing PDF (original Inkscape SVG file)
- Controller datasheet (SSD1351)
- Design files
|Power Supply Voltage (VCC)||3.3V-5.5V. Recommended 5V.|
|Logic Input Voltage (logic pins)||3.3V and 5V logic compatible (independent of VCC.)|
|Absolute Maximum Voltage||
7V (VCC or any digital input pin.)
|Digital Output (MISO pin from Micro SD slot)||
Unlike LCD displays, OLED displays use less power the less pixels are lit up.
Measurements taken with VCC = 5V, room temperature, default brightness and contrast settings.
|Current Consumption||Power Consumption|
|"fonts_demo" example sketch||26mA||130mW|
|"lorem_ipsum" example sketch||72mA||360mW|
|"sprite" example sketch||7mA||35mW|
- OLED128 (56)
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