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    High quality OLED display

    2017-09-09 04:05:17

    Note - this is the 6 pin version, which requires some specific wiring for Arduino. Use the U8G2 library (https://github.com/olikraus/u8g2/) and the following setup: U8G2_SSD1306_128X64_NONAME_F_4W_SW_SPI u8g2(U8G2_R0, /* clock=*/ 12, /* data=*/ 11, /* cs=*/ 10, /* dc=*/ 9, /* reset=*/ 8);

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    Oled 0.96 SPI

    2018-12-27 03:53:32

    Reçu rapidement écran parfait pour petit projet arduino, écran lumineux pour utilisation dans le noir, reste quand même petit vivement du oled 1.3 Spi...

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    2020-03-26 13:59:45

    product Ok Stil to test

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    2014-12-18 07:47:15

    I'm really pleased with this display. So far it's been fairly easy to set up for the Adafruit library. The U8glib was harder, but once I did a bit of background research I sorted it out. Here's the line I added to the constructor call in the examples:- U8GLIB_SSD1306_128X64 u8g(13, 11, 10, 9, 8); // SW SPI Com: SCK = 13, MOSI = 11, CS = 10, A0 = 9, RST = 8 //Pin 10 CS is no connection (NC). The library needs cable select, but it isn't used. Added pin 8 for reset. SCL = SCK SDA = MOSI RST = Reset D/C

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    Nice display :)

    2014-10-17 10:40:17

    After a long phase of modifying MultiWii 2.3 code and searching the web, I finally got this one working with the MWC MultiWii SE 3.0 board. The solution: Open LCD.cpp, go to function "void i2c_OLED_init(void)" and add the following lines at the end after the last "#endif" before first "delay(20);": i2c_OLED_send_cmd(0x8D); i2c_OLED_send_cmd(0x14); Hope this saves you some time! :)

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    Indeed, NO_ACK not required

    2014-08-25 15:19:29

    As Keptenkurk correctly pointed out, it is indeed not required to use the u8glib option "NO_ACK". I assumed it would be required after reading documentation of u8glib. I saw that V1.16 brought support for devices that do not send the I2C ACK (SDA output from SED1306 N/C). But after hooking up a Saleae 8-channel LA (also from Banggood - great item!), I noticed that the ACK is actually on the bus. Yes, this OLED really has the bidirectional SDA line implemented. Great! However, for speed purposes I

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    I can't make this display work...

    2015-02-15 13:09:54

    Hello there! I received this display a few days ago. Exactly the one that is shown in the picture. But I could not manage to make it work. Can someone help me? How did you guys wire it, what library did you use? What changes do I need to make? I tried experimenting myself but I couldn't make it work and I gave up. Can I get some help please?

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    not i2c but SPI

    2014-12-14 14:41:51

    It seams this display shipped out in two different types, I have ordered my from UK warehouse (super fast shipping to Germany!) and I got the SPI version (but pads labeld as SCL, SDA, RST, D/C). Try to connect like i2c, but not work, try SPI with SCL = SCK, SDA = MOSI, RST = Reset & D/C = A0, and it works fine! ;) I use the u8glib. But I can't use it for my project, becourse I need the i2c connection...

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    Work with Teensy 3.1 using hardware SPI

    2015-10-14 03:24:12

    Pins out are in order of: GND, VCC, SCL, SDA, RST, D/C. Must use 3.3v power when interfacing with 3.3v logic. SPI hardware connection are: 13=>SCL, 11=>SDA, 7=>D/C, 8=>RST. Use Adafruit_SSD1306 library and hardware SPI option. Set OLED_DC=7 and OLED_RESET=8. There is no CS to control so you can't use this in a multi-display system. Work great for projects requiring very small display. Documentation is lacking so you have to do some research. This is why I added the info above.

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    Quick Start Guide

    2014-08-11 12:30:15

    After scouring the interwebs for instructions, here are the cliff notes to hooking this display to an Arduino Pro Mini (SKU099688 5V 16M Pro Mini AtMega328P). Download the SSD1306_128x64_i2c and graphics libraries from github. Unzip them and copy the files to folders named "adafruit_gfx" and "adafruit_ssd1306". Notice! there are no upper case letters or hyphens allowed in the folder name. You need to make sure you change the names. 0x3D changes to 0x3C Change "display.begin(SSD1306_SWITCHCAPVCC, 0x3D)"

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