Mini Graphic Display for Arduino & Pi
Compact Blue OLED Dot Matrix Display with onboard SSD1306 Driver.
2 Wire serial I2C serial interface.
Size: 128 X 64
Power: 3.3-5VDC < 0.04W
View Angle: ~160deg.
Connections: 0.1" pitch Header Pins
See our "Support Files" for Links to drivers & information SQ: 1-1/8" D: 1/4" (Body) WT: .02
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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electrolytic capacitors can contain Ethylene glycol
Brass can contain Lead
flame retardant pc boards can contain Tetrabromobisphenol A (TBBPA)
Aluminum alloys can contain Chromium
To put it simply we are a small company and do not have the resources to test every single part, so we list every thing as hazardous. Please recycle all electronic parts responsibly and under no circumstance eat, drink or smoke these parts and wash your hands after touching!
The support document found on the MPJA website for this little display points to a few tutorials that get you up and running fast for Arduino. The first URL reference takes you to an excellent tutorial and reminds you to change the memory address to work with the library that needs to be also loaded in the Arduino IDE environment. I am ordering several more units.
- Ron, PA
very readable display
Works with a Nano using Adafruit ssd1306 library after some investigation. Board comes with I2C jumper marked 0x78. I2C scanner recognizes it as 0x3C
- Mike Chwojdak, NY
Works great with a mixer
Use this in music production and the display is good for reading sound levels.