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0.96inch OLED (A)
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0.96inch OLED, SPI/I2C interfaces, curved/horizontal pinheader
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Introduction

0.96inch OLED, SPI/I2C interfaces, curved/horizontal pinheader

Specification

  • Operating Voltage: 3.3V/5V
  • Communication Interface: 3-wire SPI, 4-wire SPI, I2C
  • Screen Type: OLED
  • Driver Chip: SSD1306
  • Resolution: 128*64(Pixel)
  • Display Size: 0.96inch
  • Display Color: 1/4 yellow section, 3/4 blue section
  • Operating Temp. (℃): -20°C ~ 70°C
  • Storage Temp. (℃): -30°C ~ 80°C
  • Visible Angle: >160°

Pinout

PIN Description
VCC 3.3V/5V Power input
GND Ground
NC NC
DIN SPI Data input
CLK SPI Clock input
CS Chip select, active low
D/C Command signal, low level for command, high level for data
RES Reset signal, active low

Hardware Configuration

0.96inch OLED Hardware.png

The OLED module provides three drive interfaces: 3-wire SPI, 4-wire SPI and I2C interface respectively. There are two resistors that can be soldered on the back of the module, and the corresponding communication method can be selected through the selection of resistors, as shown in the figure:
The module uses the 4-wire SPI communication mode by default, that is, BS0 and BS1 are connected to 0 by default (1 and 0 do not represent the level, but the resistance is connected or connected to the welding method, the specific hardware connection is shown in the table below):
Note: The above picture is the welding on the hardware, the following table is the actual hardware connection

Communication Mode BS1/BS0
3-wire SPI 0/1
4-wire SPI 0/0
I2C 1/0

The specific hardware configuration is as follows:

  • Using 4-wire SPI:

That is, the factory program settings: BS0 and BS1 are connected to 0 and to the ground, DIN is connected to 0 and to Raspberry Pi MOSI, and CLK is connected to 0 and to Raspberry Pi SCLK;

  • Using 3-wire SPI:

Connect BS0 to 1 and to VCC, connect BS1 to 0 and to GND, connect DIN to 0 and to Raspberry Pi MOSI, connect CLK to 0 and to Raspberry Pi SCLK;

  • Using I2C:

BS0 connects to 0 and to GND, BS1 connects to 1 and to VCC (3.3V), DIN connects to 0 and to Raspberry Pi SDA, CLK connects to 1 and to Raspberry Pi SCL;
When using I2C: The high and low state of DC can control the address of the slave device. If it is connected to GND, then the 7-bit address of I2C is: 0x3C;
PS: The program defaults to SPI mode. If you need to switch the mode, please modify DEV_Config.h. For details, please refer to the program description - bottom hardware interface - interface selection
PS: When using STM32, the I2C routine uses analog I2C, please pay attention to the connection

User Guides for RPI

We provide BCM2835, WiringPi, file IO, RPI (Python) library demos

Hardware Connection

When connecting the Raspberry Pi, choose to use the 7PIN cable to connect, please refer to the pin correspondence table below.

Raspberry Pi connection pin correspondence
OLED Raspberry Pi
BCM2835 encoding Board physical pin number
VCC 3.3V 3.3V
GND GND GND
DIN SPI:D10(MOSI) / I2C:D2 SPI:MOSI / I2C:SDA.1
CLK SPI:D11(SCLK) / I2C:D3 SPI:SCLK / I2C:SCL.1
CS D8(CE0) CE0
D/C D25 GPIO.6
RES D27 GPIO.2
  • Four-wire SPI wiring diagram

0.96inch OLED rpi.png

Enable SPI and I2C Interface

RPI open spi.png
  • Enable RPi terminal, use the following commands to enter Configuration interface
sudo raspi-config
Select Interfacing Options -> SPI -> Yes Enable SPI interface

Then reboot the RPi

sudo reboot

Use the above commands to enable I2C, choose Interfaceing Options -> I2C -> Yes and then reboot

Install Libraries

BCM2835

#Open the Raspberry Pi terminal and run the following command
wget http://www.airspayce.com/mikem/bcm2835/bcm2835-1.71.tar.gz
tar zxvf bcm2835-1.71.tar.gz
cd bcm2835-1.71/
sudo ./configure && sudo make && sudo make check && sudo make install
# For more information, please refer to the official website: http://www.airspayce.com/mikem/bcm2835/

wiringPi

#Open the Raspberry Pi terminal and run the following command
sudo apt-get install wiringpi
#For Raspberry Pi systems after May 2019 (earlier than before, you may not need to execute), you may need to upgrade:
wget https://project-downloads.drogon.net/wiringpi-latest.deb
sudo dpkg -i wiringpi-latest.deb
gpio -v
# Run gpio -v and version 2.52 will appear. If it does not appear, the installation is wrong

#Bullseye branch system use the following command:
git clone https://github.com/WiringPi/WiringPi
cd WiringPi
./build
gpio -v
# Run gpio -v and version 2.60 will appear. If it does not appear, it means that there is an installation error

Python

#python2
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install python-pip
sudo apt-get install python-pil
sudo apt-get install python-numpy
sudo pip install RPi.GPIO
sudo pip install spidev
#python3
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install python3-pip
sudo apt-get install python3-pil
sudo apt-get install python3-numpy
sudo pip3 install RPi.GPIO
sudo pip3 install spidev

Download Examples

Open RPI terminal and execute:

sudo apt-get install p7zip-full
sudo wget  https://www.waveshare.com/w/upload/2/2c/OLED_Module_Code.7z
7z x OLED_Module_Code.7z -O./OLED_Module_Code
cd OLED_Module_Code/RaspberryPi

Run the Demo Codes

Please execute the following commands in the RaspberryPi directory, or the directory will not be indexed

C

  • Re-compile the demo codes
cd c
sudo make clean
sudo make -j 8

The test program of all screens can be called directly by entering the corresponding size:

sudo ./main screen size

The command of each LCD model can check in the following table:

#0.91inch OLED Module  
sudo ./main 0.91
#0.95inch RGB OLED (A)/(B)
sudo ./main 0.95rgb
#0.96inch OLED (A)/(B)
sudo ./main 0.96
#1.3inch OLED (A)/(B)
sudo ./main 1.3
#1.3inch OLED Module (C)
sudo ./main 1.3c
#1.5inch OLED Module
sudo ./main 1.5
#1.5inch RGB OLED Module
sudo ./main 1.5rgb

Python

  • Enter the python directory and run
cd python/example
  • Run the demo of the corresponding model OLED, the program supports python2/3

If you have purchased a 1.3inch OLED Module (C), please enter:

# python2
sudo python OLED_1in3_c_test.py
# python3
sudo python3 OLED_1in3_c_test.py

If you have purchased a 1.5inch RGB OLED Module, please enter:

# python2
sudo python OLED_1in5_rgb_test.py
# python3
sudo python3 OLED_1in5_rgb_test.py

The command of each LCD model can check in the following table:

#0.91inch OLED Module 
sudo python OLED_0in91_test.py 
#0.95inch RGB OLED (A)/(B)
sudo python OLED_0in95_rgb_test.py 
#0.96inch OLED (A)/(B)
sudo python OLED_0in96_test.py 
#1.3inch OLED (A)/(B)
sudo python OLED_1in3_c_test.py 
#1.3inch OLED Module (C)
sudo python OLED_1in3_test.py 
#1.5inch OLED Module
sudo python OLED_1in5_test.py 
#1.5inch RGB OLED Module
sudo python OLED_1in5_rgb_test.py
  • Please make sure that the SPI is not occupied by other devices, you can check in the middle of /boot/config.txt

C Codes

Hardware Interface

C language uses 3 ways to drive: BCM2835 library, WiringPi library, and Dev library
By default, the Dev library is used for operation. If you need to use BCM2835 or WiringPi to drive, you can open RaspberryPi\c\Makefile and modify lines 13-15, as follows:
RPI open spi1.png
We have carried out the underlying encapsulation. Because the hardware platform is different, the internal implementation is different. If you need to know the internal implementation, you can go to the corresponding directory to view
You can see many definitions in DEV_Config.c(.h), in the directory: RaspberryPi\c\lib\Config

  • Interface selection:
#define USE_SPI_4W  1
#define USE_IIC     0
Note:Modified here directly to switch SPI/I2C.
  • Data type
#define UBYTE      uint8_t
#define UWORD      uint16_t
#define UDOUBLE    uint32_t
  • Module initialization and exit processing.
void DEV_Module_Init(void);
void DEV_Module_Exit(void);
Note: 
  Here is some GPIO processing before and after using the LCD screen.
  • Write GPIO.
void DEV_Digital_Write(UWORD Pin, UBYTE Value)
Parameter: 
     UWORD Pin: GPIO Pin number
     UBYTE Value: level to be output, 0 or 1
  • Read GPIO.
UBYTE DEV_Digital_Read(UWORD Pin)
Parameter:
     UWORD Pin:GPIO Pin number
     Return value: level of GPIO, 0 or 1
  • GPIO mode setting .
void DEV_GPIO_Mode(UWORD Pin, UWORD Mode)
Parameters: 
     UWORD Pin: GPIO Pin number
     UWORD Mode: Mode, 0: input, 1: output

GUI Analysis

If you need to draw pictures, display Chinese and English characters, display pictures, etc., we provide some basic functions here about some graphics processing in the directory RaspberryPi\c\lib\GUI\GUI_Paint.c(.h).
GUI ANA1.png
In the directory: RaspberryPi\c\lib\Fonts are GUI-dependent character fonts,
Gui ana2.png

  • New Image Properties: Create a new image buffer, this property includes the image buffer name, width, height, flip Angle, color.
void Paint_NewImage(UBYTE *image, UWORD Width, UWORD Height, UWORD Rotate, UWORD Color)
Parameters:
      Image: the name of the image buffer, which is actually a pointer to the first address of the image buffer;
      Width: image buffer Width;
      Height: the Height of the image buffer;
      Rotate: Indicates the rotation Angle of an image
      Color: the initial Color of the image;
  • Select image buffer: The purpose of the selection is that you can create multiple image attributes, there can be multiple images buffer, you can select each image you create.
void Paint_SelectImage(UBYTE *image)
Parameters:
       Image: the name of the image buffer, which is actually a pointer to the first address of the image buffer;
  • Image Rotation: Set the rotation Angle of the selected image, preferably after Paint_SelectImage(), you can choose to rotate 0, 90, 180, 270.
void Paint_SetRotate(UWORD Rotate)
Parameters:
        Rotate: ROTATE_0, ROTATE_90, ROTATE_180, and ROTATE_270 correspond to 0, 90, 180, and 270 degrees.
  • Sets the size of the pixels.
void Paint_SetScale(UBYTE scale)
Parameters:
	scale: the size of pixels, 2: each pixel occupies one bit; 4: Each pixel occupies two bits.
  • Image mirror flip: Set the mirror flip of the selected image. You can choose no mirror, horizontal mirror, vertical mirror, or image center mirror.
void Paint_SetMirroring(UBYTE mirror)
Parameters:
        Mirror: indicates the image mirroring mode. MIRROR_NONE, MIRROR_HORIZONTAL, MIRROR_VERTICAL, MIRROR_ORIGIN correspond to no mirror, horizontal mirror, vertical mirror, and image center mirror respectively.
  • Set points of the display position and color in the buffer: here is the core GUI function, processing points display position and color in the buffer.
void Paint_SetPixel(UWORD Xpoint, UWORD Ypoint, UWORD Color)
Parameters:
        Xpoint: the X position of a point in the image buffer
        Ypoint: Y position of a point in the image buffer
        Color: indicates the Color of the dot
  • Image buffer fill color: Fills the image buffer with a color, usually used to flash the screen into blank.
void Paint_Clear(UWORD Color)
Parameters:
        Color: fill Color
  • The fill color of a certain window in the image buffer: the image buffer part of the window filled with a certain color, usually used to fresh the screen into blank, often used for time display, fresh the last second of the screen.
void Paint_ClearWindows(UWORD Xstart, UWORD Ystart, UWORD Xend, UWORD Yend, UWORD Color)
Parameters:
        Xstart: the x-starting coordinate of the window
        Ystart: the y-starting coordinate of the window
        Xend: the x-end coordinate of the window
        Yend: the y-end coordinate of the window
        Color: fill Color
  • Draw point: In the image buffer, draw points on (Xpoint, Ypoint), you can choose the color, the size of the point, the style of the point.
void Paint_DrawPoint(UWORD Xpoint, UWORD Ypoint, UWORD Color, DOT_PIXEL Dot_Pixel, DOT_STYLE Dot_Style)
Parameters:
        Xpoint: indicates the X coordinate of a point.
        Ypoint: indicates the Y coordinate of a point.
        Color: fill Color
        Dot_Pixel: The size of the dot, the demo provides 8 size pointss by default.
              typedef enum {
                 DOT_PIXEL_1X1  ,	        // 1 x 1
                 DOT_PIXEL_2X2  , 		// 2 X 2
                 DOT_PIXEL_3X3  , 	 	// 3 X 3
                 DOT_PIXEL_4X4  , 	 	// 4 X 4
                 DOT_PIXEL_5X5  , 		// 5 X 5
                 DOT_PIXEL_6X6  , 		// 6 X 6
                 DOT_PIXEL_7X7  , 		// 7 X 7
                 DOT_PIXEL_8X8  , 		// 8 X 8
               } DOT_PIXEL;
        Dot_Style: the size of a point that expands from the center of the point or from the bottom left corner of the point to the right and up.
                 typedef enum {
                     DOT_FILL_AROUND  = 1,
                     DOT_FILL_RIGHTUP,
                  } DOT_STYLE;
  • Draw line: In the image buffer, draw line from (Xstart, Ystart) to (Xend, Yend), you can choose the color, the width and the style of the line.
void Paint_DrawLine(UWORD Xstart, UWORD Ystart, UWORD Xend, UWORD Yend, UWORD Color, LINE_STYLE Line_Style ,  LINE_STYLE Line_Style)
Parameters:
        Xstart: the x-starting coordinate of a line
        Ystart: the y-starting coordinate of the a line
        Xend: the x-end coordinate of a line
        Yend: the y-end coordinate of a line
        Color: fill Color
        Line_width: The width of the line, the demo provides 8 sizes of width by default.
              typedef enum {
                 DOT_PIXEL_1X1  ,	        // 1 x 1
                 DOT_PIXEL_2X2  , 		// 2 X 2
                 DOT_PIXEL_3X3  ,		// 3 X 3
                 DOT_PIXEL_4X4  ,		// 4 X 4
                 DOT_PIXEL_5X5  , 		// 5 X 5
                 DOT_PIXEL_6X6  , 		// 6 X 6
                 DOT_PIXEL_7X7  , 		// 7 X 7
                 DOT_PIXEL_8X8  , 		// 8 X 8
              } DOT_PIXEL;
        Line_Style: line style. Select whether the lines are joined in a straight or dashed way.
              typedef enum {
                 LINE_STYLE_SOLID = 0,
                 LINE_STYLE_DOTTED,
              } LINE_STYLE;
  • Draw rectangle: In the image buffer, draw a rectangle from (Xstart, Ystart) to (Xend, Yend), you can choose the color, the width of the line, whether to fill the inside of the rectangle.
void Paint_DrawRectangle(UWORD Xstart, UWORD Ystart, UWORD Xend, UWORD Yend, UWORD Color, DOT_PIXEL Line_width,  DRAW_FILL Draw_Fill)
Parameters:
	Xstart: the starting X coordinate of the rectangle
	Ystart: the starting Y coordinate of the rectangle
	Xend: the x-end coordinate of the rectangle
        Yend: the y-end coordinate of the rectangle
	Color: fill Color
	Line_width: The width of the four sides of a rectangle. And the demo provides 8 sizes of width by default.
		typedef enum {
			DOT_PIXEL_1X1  ,	        // 1 x 1
			DOT_PIXEL_2X2  , 		// 2 X 2
			DOT_PIXEL_3X3  ,		// 3 X 3
			DOT_PIXEL_4X4  ,	        // 4 X 4
			DOT_PIXEL_5X5  , 		// 5 X 5
 			DOT_PIXEL_6X6  , 		// 6 X 6
                        DOT_PIXEL_7X7  , 		// 7 X 7
                        DOT_PIXEL_8X8  , 		// 8 X 8
                 } DOT_PIXEL;
         Draw_Fill: Fill, whether to fill the inside of the rectangle
              typedef enum {
                 	DRAW_FILL_EMPTY = 0,
                 	DRAW_FILL_FULL,
              } DRAW_FILL;
  • Draw circle: In the image buffer, draw a circle of Radius with (X_Center Y_Center) as the center. You can choose the color, the width of the line, and whether to fill the inside of the circle.
void Paint_DrawCircle(UWORD X_Center, UWORD Y_Center, UWORD Radius, UWORD Color, DOT_PIXEL Line_width,  DRAW_FILL Draw_Fill)
Parameters:
	X_Center: the x-coordinate of the center of the circle
	Y_Center: the y-coordinate of the center of the circle
	Radius: indicates the Radius of a circle
	Color: fill Color
	Line_width: The width of the arc, with a default of 8 widths
		typedef enum {
        		DOT_PIXEL_1X1  ,	        // 1 x 1
        		DOT_PIXEL_2X2  , 		// 2 X 2
        		DOT_PIXEL_3X3  ,		// 3 X 3
        		DOT_PIXEL_4X4  ,		// 4 X 4
        		DOT_PIXEL_5X5  , 		// 5 X 5
        		DOT_PIXEL_6X6  , 		// 6 X 6
        		DOT_PIXEL_7X7  , 		// 7 X 7
        		DOT_PIXEL_8X8  , 		// 8 X 8
		} DOT_PIXEL;
	Draw_Fill: fill, whether to fill the inside of the circle
              typedef enum {
              		DRAW_FILL_EMPTY = 0,
                 	DRAW_FILL_FULL,
              } DRAW_FILL;
  • Write Ascii character: In the image buffer, use (Xstart Ystart) as the left vertex, write an Ascii character, you can select Ascii visual character library, font foreground color, font background color.
void Paint_DrawChar(UWORD Xstart, UWORD Ystart, const char Ascii_Char, sFONT* Font, UWORD Color_Foreground,  UWORD Color_Background)
Parameters:
	Xstart: the x-coordinate of the left vertex of a character
	Ystart: the Y-coordinate of the left vertex of a character
	Ascii_Char: indicates the Ascii character
	Font: Ascii visual character library, in the Fonts folder the demo provides the following Fonts:
  		Font8: 5*8 font
    		Font12: 7*12 font
    		Font16: 11*16 font
    		Font20: 14*20 font
    		Font24: 17*24 font
  	Color_Foreground: Font color
  	Color_Background: indicates the background color
  • Write English string: In the image buffer, use (Xstart Ystart) as the left vertex, write a string of English characters, you can choose Ascii visual character library, font foreground color, font background color.
void Paint_DrawString_EN(UWORD Xstart, UWORD Ystart, const char * pString, sFONT* Font, UWORD Color_Foreground,  UWORD Color_Background)
Parameters:
	Xstart: the x-coordinate of the left vertex of a character
	Ystart: the Y coordinate of the font's left vertex
	PString: string, string is a pointer
	Font: Ascii visual character library, in the Fonts folder the demo provides the following Fonts:
     		Font8: 5*8 font
     		Font12: 7*12 font
     		Font16: 11*16 font
     		Font20: 14*20 font
     		Font24: 17*24 font
	Color_Foreground: Font color
  	Color_Background: indicates the background color
  • Write Chinese string: in the image buffer, use (Xstart Ystart) as the left vertex, write a string of Chinese characters, you can choose character font, font foreground color, font background color of the GB2312 encoding
void Paint_DrawString_CN(UWORD Xstart, UWORD Ystart, const char * pString, cFONT* font, UWORD Color_Foreground,  UWORD Color_Background)
Parameters:
	Xstart: the x-coordinate of the left vertex of a character
	Ystart: the Y coordinate of the font's left vertex
	PString: string, string is a pointer
  	Font: GB2312 encoding character Font library, in the Fonts folder the demo provides the following Fonts:
     		Font12CN: ASCII font 11*21, Chinese font 16*21
     		Font24CN: ASCII font24 *41, Chinese font 32*41
	Color_Foreground: Font color
	Color_Background: indicates the background color
  • Write numbers: In the image buffer,use (Xstart Ystart) as the left vertex, write a string of numbers, you can choose Ascii visual character library, font foreground color, font background color.
void Paint_DrawNum(UWORD Xpoint, UWORD Ypoint, double Nummber, sFONT* Font, UWORD Digit, UWORD Color_Foreground,   UWORD Color_Background)
Parameters:
	Xpoint: the x-coordinate of the left vertex of a character
	Ypoint: the Y coordinate of the left vertex of the font
	Nummber: indicates the number displayed, which can be a decimal
	Digit: It's a decimal number
 	Font: Ascii visual character library, in the Fonts folder the demo provides the following Fonts:
   		Font8: 5*8 font
   		Font12: 7*12 font
   		Font16: 11*16 font
		Font20: 14*20 font
   		Font24: 17*24 font
	Color_Foreground: Font color
	Color_Background: indicates the background color
  • Display time: in the image buffer,use (Xstart Ystart) as the left vertex, display time,you can choose Ascii visual character font, font foreground color, font background color.;
void Paint_DrawTime(UWORD Xstart, UWORD Ystart, PAINT_TIME *pTime, sFONT* Font, UWORD Color_Background,  UWORD Color_Foreground)
Parameters:
	Xstart: the x-coordinate of the left vertex of a character
 	Ystart: the Y coordinate of the font's left vertex
	PTime: display time, A time structure is defined here, as long as the hours, minutes and seconds are passed to the parameters;
	Font: Ascii visual character library, in the Fonts folder the demo provides the following Fonts:
     		Font8: 5*8 font
     		Font12: 7*12 font
     		Font16: 11*16 font
     		Font20: 14*20 font
     		Font24: 17*24 font
  	Color_Foreground: Font color
  	Color_Background: indicates the background color

Python(for Raspberry Pi)

It is compatible with python2.7 and python3.
The calls of the python are less complex compared to C demo.

config.py

  • Select interface.
Device_SPI = 1
Device_I2C = 0
Note: Switch SPI/I2C modified here
  • Module initialization and exit processing.
def module_init()
def module_exit()
Note:
1. Here is some GPIO processing before and after using the LCD screen.
2. The module_init() function is automatically called in the INIT () initializer on the LCD, but the module_exit() function needs to be called by itself
  • SPI write data.
def spi_writebyte(data)
  • IIC write data.
i2c_writebyte(reg, value):

main.py

The main function, if your Python version is Python2, is re-executed in Linux command mode as follows.

sudo python main.py

If your Python version is Python3, run the following command in Linux.

sudo python3 main.py

GUI Functions

Python has an image library PIL official library link, it do not need to write code from the logical layer like C, can directly call to the image library for image processing. The following will take 1.54inch LCD as an example, we provide a brief description for the demo.

  • It needs to use the image library and install the library.
sudo apt-get install python3-pil  

And then import the library

from PIL import Image,ImageDraw,ImageFont.

Among them, Image is the basic library, ImageDraw is the drawing function, and ImageFont is the text function.

  • Define an image buffer
image1 = Image.new("1", (disp.width, disp.height), "WHITE")

The first parameter defines the color depth of the image, which is defined as "1" to indicate the bitmap of one-bit depth. The second parameter is a tuple that defines the width and height of the image. The third parameter defines the default color of the buffer, which is defined as "WHITE".

  • Create a drawing object based on Image1 on which all drawing operations will be performed on here.
draw = ImageDraw.Draw(image1)
  • Draw line.
draw.line([(0,0),(127,0)], fill = 0)

The first parameter is a four-element tuple starting at (0, 0) and ending at (127,0). Draw a line. Fill ="0" means the color of the line is white.

  • Draw rectangle.
draw.rectangle([(20,10),(70,60)],fill = "WHITE",outline="BLACK")

The first argument is a tuple of four elements. (20,10) is the coordinate value in the upper left corner of the rectangle, and (70,60) is the coordinate value in the lower right corner of the rectangle. Fill =" WHITE" means BLACK inside, and outline="BLACK" means the color of the outline is black.

  • Draw circle.
draw.arc((150,15,190,55),0, 360, fill =(0,255,0)

Draw an inscribed circle in the square, the first parameter is a tuple of 4 elements, with (150, 15) as the upper left corner vertex of the square, (190, 55) as the lower right corner vertex of the square, specifying the level median line of the rectangular frame is the angle of 0 degrees, the second parameter indicates the starting angle, the third parameter indicates the ending angle, and fill = 0 indicates that the the color of the line is white. If the figure is not square according to the coordination, you will get an ellipse.

Besides the arc function, you can also use the chord function for drawing solid circle.

draw.ellipse((150,65,190,105), fill = 0)

The first parameter is the coordination of the enclosing rectangle. The second and third parameters are the beginning and end degrees of the circle. The fourth parameter is the fill color of the circle.

  • Character.

The ImageFont module needs to be imported and instantiated:

Font1 = ImageFont.truetype("../Font/Font01.ttf",25)
Font2 = ImageFont.truetype("../Font/Font01.ttf",35)
Font3 = ImageFont.truetype("../Font/Font02.ttf",32)

You can use the fonts of Windows or other fonts which is in ttc format..
Note: Each character library contains different characters; If some characters cannot be displayed, it is recommended that you can refer to the encoding set ro used. To draw English character, you can directly use the fonts; for Chinese character, you need to add a symbol u:

draw.text((5, 68), 'Hello world', fill = 0, font=Font1)
text= u"微雪电子"
draw.text((5, 200), text, fill = 0, font=Font3)

The first parameter is a two-element tuple with (5,68) as the left vertex, and use font1, fill is font color, fill = 0 means that the font color is white, and the second sentence shows’微雪电子’, font color is white.

  • Read local picture.
image = Image.open('../pic/pic.bmp')

The parameter is the image path.

  • Other functions.

For more information, you can search online.

Resources

FAQ

 Answer:
The OLED module should work at a system with 3.3V operation voltage. However, it can work properly at a system with 5V operation voltage as well, the aging test (more than 24 hours) shows.
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