0.96-millimeter i2c OLED display 128×64 display module is connected to any microcontroller that uses IIC protocols. The package contains a display board, a display, and a four-pin male header that is soldered to the board. OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) is a self-emitting light technology made up of thin, multi-layered organic film that is placed between the cathode and anode. Contrary the LCD technologies, OLED does not require the use of a backlight. OLED is a great choice for almost all kinds of displays. It is also regarded as the best technology for the future of flat-panel displays.
OLEDs’ fundamental structure is comprised of organic substances that are placed between the cathode as well as the anode. The anode is made of conductive electric material Indium Tin Oxide (ITO). Organic materials make up a multi-layered thin film that includes three layers: the Hole Transportation Layer (HTL), Emission Layer (EML), and the Electron Transporting Layer (ETL). When you apply the right electric voltage, electrons and holes are injected into EML through the anode and the cathode. Electrons and holes are combined within the EML to create excitons and then electro luminescence takes place. The material used for transferring the emission layer material, as well as the choice of the electrode, are major elements that determine the quality of OLED components.
Specifications of 0.96 in i2c OLED Display Module:
- Viewing angle: greater than 160 degrees
- Resolution: 128 x 64
- Full compatibility with Arduino
- Power consumption is low : 0.04W in normal operation
- Support wide voltage: 3.3V-5V DC
- Driver IC: SSD1306
- Communication: IIC only two I/O ports
- Backlight: OLED self light, no backlight
- Interface: VCC: 3.3-5V GND: Ground SCL: Serial Clock SDA: Serial Data