I2C OLED Display Module – 0.96inch

I2C OLED Display Module – 0.96inch

This is an OLED module with a screen size of 0.96?. It has four pins VCC, GND, SCL, SDA which can be used to interface with any microcontroller/microprocessor which can support I2C communication. You can use this device with Arduino and RaspberryPi as these devices support I2C communication. The quality of the product seems to be very good.

Specification :

Super high brightness (Adjustable)

Super high contrast (Adjustable)

Embedded driver/controller

Display size: 0.96?

Resolution: 128 x 64

Interface modes: I2C

working voltage: 3.3V

SKU: SYN - 3011 Category:
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Description

I2C OLED Display Module – 0.96inch

This is an OLED module with a screen size of 0.96?. It has four pins VCC, GND, SCL, SDA which can be used to interface with any microcontroller/microprocessor which can support I2C communication. You can use this device with Arduino and RaspberryPi as these devices support I2C communication. The quality of the product seems to be very good.

Specification :

Super high brightness (Adjustable)

Super high contrast (Adjustable)

Embedded driver/controller

Display size: 0.96?

Resolution: 128 x 64

Interface modes: I2C

working voltage: 3.3V

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