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Blue 1.3" Iic/i2c Serial 128x64 Oled Lcd Led Display Module For Arduino/stm32/51

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#1

I am trying to send text to an i2c oled display.I have scl and sda connected to i2c port on EZB v3...and 5v vcc and ground .need help with writing script for what ever text i wish to display..
User-inserted image
No font: take the word with modulo software
Needn't backlight, the display unit can self-luminous
High resolution: 128 * 64
Viewing angle:> 160 °
Supports many control chip: Fully compatible with Arduino, 51 Series, MSP430 Series, STM32 / 2, CSR IC, etc.
Ultra-low power consumption: 0.04W(working normally)
Voltage: 3.3V ~ 5V DC
Working Temperature: -30 ? ~ 80 ?
Module Size: 32.0MM * 35.5MM * 4.1MM
IIC Interface, need 2 IO only.
Driver IC: SSD1106
Light color: Blue

Pin Definitions:

VCC:3.3-5V
GND: grounding
SCL: serial clock
SDA: serial data

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#2

You will need more information than that to use it. Without a datasheet it'll be impossible to know what commands to send

#3

As DJ said, a datasheet is needed as it should have (however doesn't always) the list of commands the display uses.

I've used a bunch of LCD screens in the past and while the commands are similar they are certainly different. You could try and see if it follows the Digole format however you would be extremely lucky if it does.

#4

Ok I will see what I can find on data sheet..Thanks for response.

#5

Did you try the Digole examples? For the sake of downloading a project or copying and pasting it's worth a shot at least and I'm interested in knowing if the two use the same commands etc. since they look similar.