Linker OLED for PcDuino

Linker OLED module is an OLED display measured at 0.96 ” and with a resolution of 128 x 64. It communicates with the host through IIC interface. It is of high brightness, wide view angle, low power consumption, and small form factor.

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Step 1: Feature

Communication interface:

IICDriver IC: SSD1306

Working voltage: 3.3 V ~ 5.5 V

Working temperature: – 30 ℃ ~ 70 ℃

Display color: mono color ( blue)

Step 2: Part List

Step 3: Test Code

#include

#include "Wire.h"

#include "linker_oled.h"

void setup() { Wire.begin();

linkeroled.init();

linkeroled.clearDisplay(); //clear the screen and set start position to top left corner //linkeroled.setNormalDisplay(); //Set display to normal mode (i.e non-inverse mode) linkeroled.setInverseDisplay(); //Set display to inverse mode

linkeroled.setPageMode(); //Set addressing mode to Page Mode

linkeroled.setTextXY(3,3); //Set the cursor to Xth Page, Yth Column

linkeroled.putString("Hello world"); //Print the String

linkeroled.setTextXY(6,5); //Set the cursor to Xth Page, Yth Column

linkeroled.putString("pcDuino"); //Print the String }

void loop() { }

Step 4: Test Result

1. )Wiring according to the following:

LinkerOLED - SDA –> pcDuino3 - SDA LinkerOLED - SCL –> pcDuino3 - SCL LinkerOLED - VCC –> pcDuino3 - 3.3V LinkerOLED - GND –> pcDuino3 - GND

2. Donwload the attachment text code, then open the Arduino IDE, compile and run.

3. Text result.

Step 5: Download

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