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Revision as of 13:07, 6 June 2022

0.95inch RGB OLED (A)
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0.95inch RGB OLED, SPI interface, curved/horizontal pinheader
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Introduction

0.95inch RGB OLED, SPI interface, curved/horizontal pinheader

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FAQ

 Answer:
The OLED module is used in a 3.3V system by default, but after more than 24 hours of burn-in test, it is found that it can also work normally in a 5V system.
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Under normal working conditions, generally 50,000 hours
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 Answer:
At the operating voltage of 3.3V:

Working current of 0.95inch RGB OLED: about 38mA for full white display, about 4mA for full black display.
The working current of 0.96inch OLED is about 25mA when fully on, and 1.5mA when fully off.

Working current of 1.3inch OLED: about 29mA when fully on, 1.0mA when fully off.
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 Answer:
OLED has no backlight, and the display is self-illuminating. Only connect VCC and GND, the OLED will not light up.
Program control is required to brighten the OLED.
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 Answer:
1. Be careful not to connect the power supply in reverse.
2. The same picture cannot be displayed for a long time, otherwise it will produce afterimages and cause damage to the OLED.
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Support

If you require technical support, please go to the Support page and open a ticket.