The visible portion of the OLED measures 1.12” diagonal and contains 96×96(version 1.0) | 128×128(version 2.0) grayscale pixels. Because the display uses OLEDs, there is no backlight, and the contrast is very high.
This OLED uses the SSD1327(V1.0) or SH1107G(V2.1) driver chip, which manages the display. You can talk to the driver chip using 4-wire I2C (clock, data, power, and GND pins).
- Communicate Mode: I2C
- Grayscale Display: 16 Gray shades.
- Supports both Normal and Inverse Color Display.
- Supports Continuous Horizontal Scrolling.
- Grove compatible Interface
|Product Version||Changes||Released Date|
|Grove – OLED Display 1.12″ V1.0||Initial||Mar 2012|
|Grove – OLED Display 1.12″ V2.1||Change the driver IC from SSD1327 to SH1107G, upgrade the grayscale pixels from 96X96 to 128X128||Nov 2015|
|Operating Voltage||3.⅗ V|
|Display Color||16 Grayscale|
|Dot Size||0.15(W)mm x 0.15(H)mm|
|Dot Pitch||0.75(W)mm x 0.175(H)mm|
|Operating Temperature||-40~70 oC|