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March 5, 2013 AT 2:00 am

Using an Adafruit OLED 16×2 Character display in SPI mode

Hannes has written some example code for using our OLED 16×2 Character display in SPI mode – Danke Hannes!

Get the pinout and jumper assignment info here, and get the code here.

When you need low power, ultra-high contrast and any-angle readability, you can’t beat these great looking character OLEDs. They are pin/shape compatible with ‘standard’ HD44780 LCDs. Best of all, no backlight or contrast control is required, so they’re even simpler to get running.

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  1. Or for beaglebone : https://github.com/jeromelebel/BeagleBone-HD44780-SPI

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