1.3in OLED Display - Robocraze
1.3in OLED Display - Robocraze
1.3in OLED Display - Robocraze
  • 1.3in OLED Display - Robocraze
  • 1.3in OLED Display - Robocraze
  • 1.3in OLED Display - Robocraze

1.3in I2C OLED Display Module

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  • The display is self-illuminating
  • Power requirement is low
  • 1.3inch OLED Display offers a large viewing angle
  • Full Compatible with Arduino
  • It can be used with Arduino, Mbed, ARM or any other MCU
  • The ultra-low power consumption of around 0.08w at full-screen lit

1.3in I2C OLED Display Module

The 1.3inch OLED display module features a 128×64 dot matrix display module with I2C Interface. This OLED display module is best compatible with Arduino boards and boards compatible with Arduino. It is a great DIY project component.  OLED screens are way more competitive, and have a number of advantages such as high brightness, self-emission, high contrast ratio, slim outline, wide viewing angle, wide temperature range, and low power consumption. 

Pin Definition:

  • GND: Power ground
  • VCC: Power positive
  • SCL: Clock wire
  • SDA: Data wire.

Package Includes

  • 1 x 1.3inch OLED Display Module

Specifications:

Display Size  1.3 inch 
Display Type  OLED Display 
Resolution 128 x 64 Pixels
Driving Voltage 3.3-5V
Interface Type IIC
Weight  7 grams

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is an OLED display module?

  • The Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) are a type of display device. OLED Displays are self-lighting displays made up of a thin, multi-layered organic film sandwiched between an anode and a cathode. OLED does not require a backlight, unlike LCD technology.

2. What is a I2C OLED display?

  • Because of the high contrast of an OLED display, these displays are small (about 1" diagonal) but very readable. The controller chip turns on or off each of the 128x32 individual OLED pixels in this display. No backlight is required because the pixels itself generates light.
    The 1.3” OLED display works with I2C communication protocol and only requires just 4 wires to connect: VCC, GND, SCL, SDA

3. Is OLED display good for the eyes?

  • There is currently no evidence to suggest that stroboscopic high-frequency PWM dimming is not safe for the eyes.

4. Which is better OLED or LED?

  • OLED displays are lighter and thinner, consumes less energy, has by far the best viewing angle, and, while still more expensive, has come down significantly in price.