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Member #851722

Member Since: October 7, 2016

Country: United States

  • I'm trying to get this board to work on an arduino and a Raspberry.

    On both, I2C works. SPI doesn't work though. Doing the hello world sketch gives me a scrambled screen.

    First I tried it on a Raspberry PI 3. I2C worked without a problem. SPI didn't work. At first I thought it was something I did wrong, but trying on an Arduino I get the same results. I2C works, SPI doesn't work.

    What could be wrong?

    edit : never mind I found my problem. The D/C jumper was still set to "0" and should've been fully open, meaning not "1" and not "0".

  • Shouldn't the PWM value on a Arduino not be 0->255 instead of 0->1023 like in your example code?

  • Cool display. I modified the library so it works on a Raspberry. For the moment only I2C though.

    https://github.com/stevennoppe/micro-OLED-Sparkfun-for-Raspberry

  • I was wondering if I can use this module to power a raspberry pi 3, since it seems that it cannot deliver a steady 5V (depending the battery state)?

    Maybe I must combine it with a boost converter?

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