Introduction: 128x64 OLED Display With Arduino

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Hello!

Today I will be teaching you how to interface a 128x64 display with Arduino!

Step 1: Parts

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Components you will need:

Arduino Board (i used a nano v3)

128x64 Display

Small Breadboard

Jumpers

You will also need:

Mico USB Cable (if you're using a nano v3)

Something to script with

Arduino 1.6.1

Step 2: Wiring

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What you will need:

4 Wires (Red Blue and 2 Green)

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Screen:

Connect red to VCC

Connect blue to GND

Connect the green wires to SCL and SDA

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Arduino:

Connect SCL to A5

Connect SDA to A4

Connect GND to GND

Connect VCC to 3v3

Step 3: The Code

To get the result, please download the sample source code attached below and upload it into Arduino.

*Kindly download the U8glib library which is written for many types of LCD display.

Step 4: Enjoy!

Enjoy your new Display!

if you have any questions or comments, please state them below.

Thanks, and happy coding!

Comments

sumondigi (author)2017-01-29

my today's project.thanks.

DIY Hacks and How Tos (author)2017-01-28

Nice. This would make for a good display for a lot of my Arduino projects.

Definitely! I would love to see that happen!

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