We upgraded the Grove - OLED Display 0.96" chip from SSD1308 to SSD1315. What's the difference? To be honest, the performance is slightly improved, nothing worth to mention. Well, we just lowered the price almost to a quarter of the old version. What! Better performance, a quarter price!! Truly surprise!!!
The Grove - OLED Display 0.96" (SSD1315) is a monochrome(white) 128×64 pixels passive display matrix module with Grove I2C Interface.It inherits the old version with high contrast, high brightness, low power consumption, wide viewing angle, and many other advantages.
Thanks to the new SSD1315 chip, it can work with 3.3V, so that we removed the expensive DC-DC boost circuit. And with the onboard level shift circuit, the new Grove - OLED Display 0.96" can work with 3.3V and 5V platform. That is to say, you can use it easily as an Arduino OLED display, Raspberry Pi OLED display, etc.
As for the software compatibility, this Grove-OLED Display supports the U8g2 monochrome displays library written by Olikraus. This library is so convenient and well compatible that it can support not only this display based on SSD1315 but also displays equipped with SSD1306 or many other chips. So buy one Grove - OLED Display 0.96" (SSD1315) and get quickly started with the U8g2 library, you will find magic in this little screen!
If your board is ATmega328, such as Seeeduino V4.2 and Arduino UNO, you need to change to soft I2C when using the U8G2 library.This is not required if you are using a SAMD development board.
- 3.3V/5V compatible
- Changeable I2C address
- Low power consumption
- Monochrome(white) 128×64 pixels
- High contrast, high brightness
- Wide operating temperature range: -40℃ ~ +85 ℃