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OLED B Click Board

The OLED B Click Board is a display board with a white monochrome passive-matrix OLED display. This bright and clear 96x39 pixel display is designed to be viewable from wide angles. Controlled by SSD1306 controller, OLED B click offers a range of functionalities, including horizontal and vertical scrolling, contrast control, normal or inverse image display and more. The click board uses SPI or I2C MikroBUS lines to communicate with the target board microcontroller. The interface outputs can be chosen by resoldering three jumpers to the appropriate position. In spite of a sharp, high-contrast display, OLED B click operates on low power consumption. It is an ideal choice for displaying lines of text or icons. This module uses a 3.3V power supply only.

MIKROE-1650

£28.80

OLED C Click Board

Now introduce a vivid, high-contrast and sharp full-colour display to your design with the OLED C click. The board incorporates a 96?.

MIKROE-1585

£34.80

Oled Switch Click Board

If you are building any type of human machine interface, OLED Switch click can help you keep the design simple, clear and interactive. It can be used in designing a control panel for an industrial machine… or a DIY arcade.

MIKROE-2449

£118.80

OLED W Click Board

The OLED W Click Board is a display board with a white monochrome passive-matrix OLED display. This bright and clear 96x39 pixel display is designed to be viewable from wide angles. Controlled by SSD1306 controller, OLED W click offers a range of functionalities, including horizontal and vertical scrolling, contrast control, normal or inverse image display and more. The click board uses SPI or I2C MikroBUS lines to communicate with the target board microcontroller. The interface outputs can be chosen by resoldering three jumpers to the appropriate position. In spite of a sharp, high-contrast display, OLED W click operates on low power consumption. It is an ideal choice for displaying lines of text or icons. This module uses a 3.3V power supply only.

MIKROE-1649

£28.80