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OLED does not have a 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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Revision as of 03:03, 27 January 2022

 Answer:

At 3.3V operating voltage: about 60mA for full white and 4mA for full black.


 Answer:

OLED does not have a 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.