This OLED module is great for adding a small display to your project, with enough room for info from your robot, 3D printer, API or other data source.
The display is 1.32" diagonal, with 128x96 pixels and an embedded SSD1327 controller offering both a 4-wire SPI and I2C interface for maximum compatibility.
The display comes with a matching 7-pin cable for connecting to your microcontroller of choice. Raspberry Pi, Arduino and STM32 examples are provided in the online wiki.
Note: the display ships with 4-wire SPI mode enabled by default. Changing the mode to I2C, or changing the address, requires careful desoldering and movement of the small SMT resistors on the rear (not for beginners!). If you need I2C and you aren't handy with SMT soldering, we suggest opting for a dedicated I2C OLED module instead.
Connection Example - Raspberry Pi (SPI)
Connection Example - Arduino (SPI)
- 1.32" OLED display
- Ultra-narrow bezel
- Compact size
- Onboard voltage translator
- 4-wire SPI (default) and I2C interfaces (setting to I2C requires SMT soldering)
- Online development resources (examples for Raspberry Pi/Arduino/STM32)
|3.3V / 5V
|128 x 96 pixels
|4-wire SPI / I2C
|26.86 x 20.14mm
|0.19 x 0.19mm
|34.30 x 30.50mm
|Reset, low active
|Data/Command selection (high for data, low for command)
|Chip selection, low active
|Power (3.3V / 5V input)
- 1x 1.32" OLED Module
- 1x GH1.25 7-pin cable