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Raspberry Pi OLED Screen Add-On

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Price:
$14.95
SKU:
IM140714003
Current Stock:
6
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Product Description

There are seldom OLED add-ons customized for Raspberry Pi in the open source hardware market. In a lot of projects, we only need to display little information such as the state of system or IP. What’s more, when we have a high requirement for its portability, it’s unsuitable to connect a big screen to Raspberry Pi via HDMI interface. Thus, a tiny OLED add-on can satisfy this demand.

OLED add-on with built-in 0.96’’ 128*64 OLED and SSD1306 control chip is customized for Raspberry Pi. Every single pixel in OLED can be lighted up or off by this SSD1306 control chip.

We not only offer an easily-plugged add-on for Raspberry Pi, but also provide an SDK that help you transplant Arduino’s driver into Raspberry Pi. After installing the SDK, you can drive this add-on as easily as you do on Arduino.

Specification

PCB size 48.35mm X 48.47mm X1.6mm
Interface RPI 26pins Interface X2,UART

Electrical Characteristics

Characteristics Symbol Min Typ Max Unit
Power supply voltage VDD 3 3.3 3.5 V
High input voltage VIH 0.8XVDD - VDD V
Low input voltage VIL 0 - 0.2XVDD V
Operation current for VDD IDD - 180 300 uA

Hardware

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Pin Map

Pin Index Pin Name OLED 2864 pin Description
1 3V3 -  
2 5V -  
3 SDA SDA  
4 5V -  
5 SCL SCL  
6 GND -  
7 GPIO7   UART TXD
8 TXD    
9 GND    
10 RXD   UART RXD
11 GPIO0    
12 GPIO1    
13 GPIO2    
14 GND    
15 GPIO3    
16 GPIO4 RST#  
17 3V3    
18 GPIO5    
19 MOSI    
20 GND    
21 MISO    
22 GPIO6    
23 SCK    
24 CE0    
25 GND    
26 CE1    

Instruction

  • Plug OLED add-on into Raspberry Pi and power it
  • modify the file /etc/modprobe.d/raspi-balcklist.conf
modified codes as below (please replace ^ into #)
^blacklist spi-bcm2708
^blacklist i2c-bcm2708
  • modify /etc/modules
add a line in the end as below:
i2c-dev
  • reboot
  • Download the SDK from this link: https://github.com/iteadsw/SDK and then install it
  • Enter into the directory libraries/itead_SSD1306/examples/oled_Animation_Sample/, modify this file oled_Animation_Sample.ino ,change the parameter of OLED_RESET as below:
define OLED_RESET 16
Command as below to compile oled_Animation_Sample.ino
$ iteadcompile OLED oled_Animation_Sample.ino
Command to run this program
$ sudo ./OLED
  • When the compilation is done, you can see a little man dancing on OLED.

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