Grove - OLED 1.12'' is a 16 color grayscale 96×96 dot matrix OLED display module with Grove compatible 4pin I2C interface.Grove - OLED 1.12" is constructed with 96 x 96 dot matrix OLED module ([ LY120])and SSD1327 driver IC. The characteristics of this display module are high brightness, self-emission, high contrast ratio, slim / thin outline, wide viewing angle, wide temperature range, and low power consumption.
Dot Matrix: 96 x 96 Pixels
Color: Grayscale Display (16 Gray shades)
Supports both Normal and Inverse Color Display
Supports Continuous Horizontal Scrolling
Grove compatible 4pin I2C connector
Works with both 5V and 3.3V logic MCUs
Wide range of operating temperature: -40 °C ~ 70 °C
Graphic display adapter for Seeeduino and Arduino using Grove stem board
Display adapter for any 5V or 3.3V MCU which supports I2C interface
Can be used with mbed microcontroller
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I have just ported the supplied Arduino library over to mbed and published it here: http://developer.mbed.org/user... . This display is a little
the bandwidth is _5M. We confess that the bandwidth may be a bit different for all the products, and the lowest bandwidth we ensure is 5M.
When trying to download schematics for this module from wiki, I get nothing. The link I am trying to use is: http://www.seeedstudio.com/wik...
thanks for your suggestion. acutlly, the designer has tried to do this, but for some reason, it is not stable. we will give his your suggestion .
With the 1.12"OLED Display it is possible to print Float Numbers using the command SeeedOled.putFloat(), but in this screen the only command available is .putNumber()!
How do I print float type numbers in this display?!
I'm sorry the libraries of OLED don't have this function, maybe you can modify it. BTW,maybe you can use SeeedGrayOled.putString("19.12");
I can put floats using this :
The method SeeedGrayOled.clearDisplay() do nothing on my code.
I write on the screen but when i call clearDisplay nothing happens.
I'm using UNO R3.
you can ref the schematic of DSO quad, it is about 1M
This function should be used before starting a fresh start or after scroll deactivation,such as SeeedGrayOled.init();
Can it show images in 16 shades of gray? Already use this one, see text in shades in sample code, but no such code for images.
You can set level of gray via this command : SeeedGrayOled.setGrayLevel(i); // the minimum value is 0,the maximum value is 15.
I'm using Seeedino Stalker v2.2 and Grove - Base shield. I connected this OLED into the first I2C slot. It was looking OK just before pulsing my G1/2 Water Flow Sensor with digital pin 2 (interrupt 0). So I changed the pin of G1/2 Water Flow sensor fro
Thanks your feedback, you can go to WISH to provide your idea for this DSO.
Hi,i have tested its program,and it's ok.OLED and Water Sensor can be uesd together.Please check your program again ,and you can sent a e-mail to us if you have any question detailedly.
When do you think you will be able to update the library so that these OLEDs would work with Arduino IDE 1.0?
I wanted to use my oled with a big sketch I did in v.1.0 so it would be hell to change it to v.0.23.
Waiting impatiently for an an
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Well I changed the libaries to use them in the 1.0.3 version of the IDE.
In the file SeeedGrayOLED.h change line 27 to #include"Arduino.h"and in SeeedGrayOLED.cpp change in lines 186, 187, 247 and 248 change the"send"-Method to"write"-Method. Ea
The files are ok, can be downloaded and included, but something is wrong. I cannot run the examples on my"Romeo ALL in one controller"
I hope to be able to run the module.
Dear customer, the libraries is not support Arduino 1.0 yet.So suggest you use Arduino 0023 to compile those codes.And could be work. :)
Look at the forum. To name a few problems: trigger (major), voltage and frequency measurements, slow time scales...
Please let us know if it still doesn't work for you.
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