Gravity I2C Oled Display x2

  • Product Code: DFR0486
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Introduction It (organic light-emitting diode) has many advantages over traditional LCD displays, including a faster response speed, thinner profile, lower power consumption and excellent shock resis..

$28.00

Introduction

It (organic light-emitting diode) has many advantages over traditional LCD displays, including a faster response speed, thinner profile, lower power consumption and excellent shock resistance. It can be widely used in mobile devices for display applications. Used in conjunction with a mini -based microcontroller such as the Beetle or CurieNano, it is a straightforward process to make a simple wearable application.

Our 128x64 display is a self-luminous display module with a blue background. The display areas is 0.96”and uses an IC SSD1306 chip. The OLED screen supports I2C communication and refresh rates of up to 60Hz. The module uses the I2C common interface for easy plug and play usage – meaning you can connect it without the need for wires - just plug it straight in to your device. The display bezel is constructed from aluminum alloy which protects the screen from scratches and damage.

Features

  • Supports Gravity-I2C interface, plug and play compatible
  • Metal bezel for ultimate protection
  • 4 x M3 screw mount holes for simple installation
  • Supports /Genuino 101 devices
  • Specification

  • Operating Voltage: 3.3V ~ 5V
  • Background Color: blue
  • Pixels: 128 columns X 64 Rows
  • Interface mode: Gravity-I2C
  • Scanning Rate: 60 fps
  • Brightness: 60 (Typ) cd / m2
  • Full screen power consumption: 22.75mA Approx.
  • Working Temperature: -30 ℃ ~ +70 ℃
  • Display Area: 21.744 × 10.864mm / 0.85 x 0.43”
  • Module Size: 41.20 × 26.20mm / 1.62 x 1.03”
  • Mounting Hole Size: 35 x 20 mm/ 1.38 x 0.78”
  • Module Weight: 15g
  • Shipping List

  • I2C OLED-2864 Display x1
  • I2C PH2.0-4P Cable x1
  • Projects

    Project 1. How To Make a Step-Counter By Use Of The Board-ESP32

    The instrument not just can record steps (and calories) at real time, but show time. What is special is that the format of showing is pointer.

    Hardware in need:

    • IOT Microcontroller (Supports Wi-Fi & Bluetooth)
    • the Proto Board
    • I2C OLED-2864 Display
    • 10 DOF Mems IMU Sensor

    Project 2.A Wristband Pedometer Based on BMI160 Motion Sensor
    Recently I bought a 6-Axis Inertial Motion Sensor . So it occurs to me that why not make a wristband pedometer to calculate my physical strength.
    The material you may need:

    • I2C BMI160 6-Axis Inertial Motion Sensor×1
    • Beetle - The Smallest ×1
    • I2C OLED-2864 Display×1
    • 3.7V Mini-Lithium Battery×1
    • Button×2
    • Toggle Switch×1
    • Watchband×1

    Project 3. Board-ESP32 Tutorials: Reforming a Small electric Fan

    The instrument not just can record steps (and calories) at real time, but show time. What is special is that the format of showing is pointer.


    Hardware in need:

    • IOT Microcontroller (Supports Wi-Fi & Bluetooth) × 1
    • I/O Shield× 1
    • I2C OLED-2864 Display × 1
    • BME temperature-humidity sensor × 1
    • EC11J rotary encoder × 1
    • 9g micro servo (1.6kg) × 1
    • Dupont line × 10
    • Crust By Overlord 3D printer × 1

    Project 4. How To Make A Smart Clock with ESP32

    I’ve always been dreaming of making a desktop clock which without complex functions, just smaller and can display time.


    Hardware:

    • I2C OLED-2864 Display
    • I2C Triple Axis Accelerometer
    • - The smallest bluetooth
    • Lithium Battery Charger
    • 3.7V Polymer Lithium Ion Battery - 1000mA
    • Shell (3D printing)
    • Black Acrylic Transparent Board

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