1.3 Inch 128×64 OLED Display Screen Module with SPI Serial Interface – V2
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1.3 Inch 128×64 OLED Display Screen Module with SPI Serial Interface – V2

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Specification

Description

The OLED Display Screen Module is compatible with 3.3V and 5V control chip I / O levels (without any set, directly compatible). The most attractive thing about using OLED displays is that they do not need a back-light like conventional LCD/LED screens. The organic material itself has a property known as Electroluminescence (EL), which causes the material to “glow” when stimulated by a current or an electric field. Best energy-saving displays ever!!!

This 1.3 Inch 128×64 OLED Display Screen Module offers 128×64 pixel resolution. They are featuring much less thickness than LCDs with good brightness and also produce better and true colors. The 1.3 inch OLED Display Modules also offers a very wide viewing angle of about greater than 160°.

This OLED Display Module is very compact and will add a great ever user interface experience to your Arduino project. The connection of this display with Arduino is made through the SPI interface. The 1.3 Inch 128×64 OLED Display Screen Module produces blue text on a black background with very good contrast when supplied with DC 2.8V supply.

Features

  • Large viewing angle: greater than 160 ° (a screen with the largest viewing angle on the monitor). 
  • Ultra-low power consumption: 0.06W under normal conditions (much less than TF screen). 
  • Wide voltage source (3V ~ 5V), compatible with 3.3V and 5V level logic, no IC level change. 
  • IIC interface and only requires multiple IOs to light easily.

Pin Details

  • GND: GND
  • VDD:3.3V (VCC)
  • MOSI: D11 (don't change)
  • SCK: D13 (don't change)
  • D/C: D8 (can be any digital pin)
  • RST: D9 (can be any digital pin)
  • CS: D10 (can be any digital pin)

Technical Details

  • Driver IC: SSD1306
  • Resolution: 128 x 64
  • Visual Angle: >160°
  • Input Voltage: 3.3V ~ 6V
  • Pixel Color: Blue

Physical Attributes

  • Length × Width × Height(mm) : 35.5 × 33.5 × 12
  • Weight (gm) : 8

Integration with Arduino

Sample Code


Additional Details

  • No need for the backlight
  • The display is self-illuminating
  • Power requirement is low
  • They are offering the large viewing angle
  • Fully Compatible with Arduino
  • The ultra-low power consumption of around 0.08w at full-screen lit.

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Customer Reviews

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pushkar koshik
Works well. Good buy and super fast delivery.

I like the fast shipping, great packaging job. I used this for my ESP8266 WEMOS mini Weather station. It's seems a lot bigger then the .96 OLED displays. It's very readable.

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suraj sahay sharma
Great screen, works flawlessly

I used this OLED screen for a RPi DAC project with Moode and it works just great. Super easy setup, it only requires 4 wires to be hooked up. The contrast is just phenomenal! Deep blacks, and sparkling whites. Can't go wrong with this one, I highly recommend it for any 12864 project!

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sachin verma
Display works fine, but...

This display works fine, the pixels are very bright. My display is different from the original, there are no labels for the pins, but the connections are exactly the same as the original. The connecting pins were also not pre-soldered even though they were supposed to be.

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jasbir singh
Works great on a PI1541 hat and Pi3

Great upgrade to a Commodore 64 Pi1541 hat. Much bigger than the display that came with it so it's easier to read and show more information.

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sonu
Good lil Displays

These are nice, little, i2c/iic displays.Great price for a good quality product. Would definitely recommend

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vijay kuma
Works well. Good product

Works well.

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mobin
Five Stars

works just as it is suppose to!

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mohit
Super easy to use!

These displays are awesome! I've used several on various projects because they're so simple to hook up and have running!

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rosy massey
works great

I used this on a raspberry pi 0 and it post the information perfect

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agyapad bhatya
Address is confusing

On back of Module are the two address that can be use. If does not work with 0X78 use 0X3C on your sketch and it will