Grove - OLED Display 0.96'' : 9/20/2015 Release date

Grove - OLED Display 0.96'' :    9/20/2015 Release date
Grove - OLED Display 0.96''
Release date:
9/20/2015
Version:
1.0
Wiki: http://www.seeedstudio.com/wiki/Grove_-_OLED_Display_96*96
Bazaar: http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-OLED-Display-096-p-824.html
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Document Revision History
Revision
Date
Author
Description
1.0
Sep 21, 2015
Victor.He
Create file
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Contents
Document Revision History ···································································································2
1. Introduction ···················································································································2
2. Specifications ·················································································································3
3. Demonstrations··············································································································4
3.1
With Arduino ·····················································································································4
3.1.1
Demo 1: Display 'Hello World' In Normal Mode ·······················································4
3.1.2
Demo 2: Display Hello World in Inverse Mode ·························································6
3.1.3
Demo 3: Print Numbers ····························································································7
3.1.4
Demo 4: Draw Binary Bitmap ····················································································8
4. Reference ·····················································································································12
5. With Raspberry Pi ········································································································15
6. Resources ·····················································································································16
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Disclaimer
For physical injuries and possessions loss caused by those reasons which are not related to product quality,
such as operating without following manual guide, natural disasters or force majeure, we take no
responsibility for that.
Under the supervision of Seeed Technology Inc., this manual has been compiled and published which
covered the latest product description and specification. The content of this manual is subject to change
without notice.
Copyright
The design of this product (including software) and its accessories is under tutelage of laws. Any action to
violate relevant right of our product will be penalized through law. Please consciously observe relevant local
laws in the use of this product.
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1. Introduction
It is a 16 color grayscale 128×64 dot matrix OLED display module with Grove compatible 4pin I2C interface.
Grove - OLED 128 x 64 is constructed with 128 x 64 dot matrix OLED module LY120 and SSD1327 driver IC.
Comparing to LCD, OLED screens are more competitive, which has a number of advantages such as high
brightness, self-emission, high contrast ratio, slim / thin outline, wide viewing angle, wide temperature
range, and low power consumption.

Communicate Mode: I2C

Grayscale Display: 16 Gray shades.

Supports both Normal and Inverse Color Display.

Supports Continuous Horizontal Scrolling.

Grove compatible Interface
Please notice: heavy impact or stress on the OLED will cause the breakdown of screen.
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2. Specifications
Operating Voltage
3.3~5V
Dot Matrix
128 x 64
Display Color
16 Grayscale
OLED Display
LY120-96096
Driver IC
SSD1327Z
Dot Size
0.15(W)mm X 0.15 (H)mm
Dot Pitch
0.17(W)mm X 0.175 (H)mm
Operating Temperature
-40℃~70℃
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3. Demonstrations
3.1
With Arduino
NOTE:

Grove OLED 128 x 64 module is very compact and fragile. Handle the display with care.

Do not stress or drop the display to ground.

Do not scratch the surface.

Ensure the correct polarity for 4pin connection
Download the LCD_Display Library and Unzip it into the libraries file of Arduino IDE by the
path: ..\arduino-1.0.1\libraries, then you can play with your own display system.
3.1.1
Demo 1: Display 'Hello World' In Normal Mode
#include <Wire.h>
#include <SeeedGrayOLED.h>
#include <avr/pgmspace.h>
void setup()
{
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Wire.begin();
SeeedGrayOled.init();
SeeedGrayOled.clearDisplay();
//initialize SEEED OLED display
//Clear Display.
SeeedGrayOled.setNormalDisplay(); //Set Normal Display Mode
SeeedGrayOled.setVerticalMode(); // Set to vertical mode for displaying text
for(char i=0; i < 12 ; i++)
{
SeeedGrayOled.setTextXY(i,0); //set Cursor to ith line, 0th column
SeeedGrayOled.setGrayLevel(i); //Set Grayscale level. Any number between 0 - 15.
SeeedGrayOled.putString("Hello World"); //Print Hello World
}
}
void loop()
{
}
Output
Hello World on Normal Display
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3.1.2
Demo 2: Display Hello World in Inverse Mode
#include <Wire.h>
#include <SeeedGrayOLED.h>
#include <avr/pgmspace.h>
void setup()
{
Wire.begin();
Serial.begin(9600);
SeeedGrayOled.init();
// initialize SEEED OLED display
SeeedGrayOled.setInverseDisplay();
// Set display to inverse mode
SeeedGrayOled.clearDisplay();
// Clear Display.
SeeedGrayOled.setVerticalMode();
// Set to vertical mode for displaying text
for(char i=0; i < 12 ; i++)
{
SeeedGrayOled.setTextXY(i,0); //set Cursor to ith line, 0th column
SeeedGrayOled.setGrayLevel(i); //Set Grayscale level. Any number between 0 - 15.
SeeedGrayOled.putString("Hello World"); //Print Hello World
}
}
void loop()
{
}
Output
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Hello World on Normal Display
3.1.3
Demo 3: Print Numbers
#include <Wire.h>
#include <SeeedGrayOLED.h>
void setup()
{
Wire.begin();
SeeedGrayOled.init(); //initialize SEEED Gray OLED display
SeeedGrayOled.clearDisplay();
//clear the screen and set start position to top left corner
SeeedGrayOled.setNormalDisplay();
//Set display to Normal mode
SeeedGrayOled.setVerticalMode();
// Set to vertical mode for displaying text
SeeedGrayOled.setTextXY(0,0);
//Set the cursor to 0th line, 0th Column
SeeedGrayOled.putNumber(123);
SeeedGrayOled.setTextXY(1,0);
SeeedGrayOled.putNumber(0xFFFF);
//Print number
//Set the cursor to 1st line, 0th Column
//Print number
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SeeedGrayOled.setTextXY(2,0);
//Set the cursor to 2nd line, 0th Column
SeeedGrayOled.putNumber(0xFFFFFFFF);
SeeedGrayOled.setTextXY(3,0);
//Print number
//Set the cursor to 3rd line, 0th Column
SeeedGrayOled.putNumber(-12345);
//Print number
}
void loop()
{
}
Output
Hello World on Normal Display
3.1.4
Demo 4: Draw Binary Bitmap
#include <Wire.h>
#include <SeeedGrayOLED.h>
#include <avr/pgmspace.h>
static unsigned char SeeedLogo[] PROGMEM =
{
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};
void setup()
{
Wire.begin();
SeeedGrayOled.init();
// initialize SEEED OLED display
SeeedGrayOled.clearDisplay();
// clear the screen and set start position to top
left corner
//Draw binary Bitmap
SeeedGrayOled.drawBitmap(SeeedLogo,96*96/8);
8) bytes
}
void loop()
{
}
Output
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// Draw binary Bitmap (96 pixels *96 pixels /
Note: You can make a gray 96*96 image arbitrary that can be shown on OLED 96*96. The manufacturing
procedure can reference it(include associated software).
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4. Reference

Seeed Gray OLED library provides complete software interfaces to exercise the capabilities of
SSD1327Z driver with a 96x96 gray OLED. Almost all useful features are implemented and all
functions are in public scope. This makes Seeed Gray OLED Library extensible. Seeed Gray OLED
library uses Arduino Wire library. Hence initialize wire library before initializing Seeed OLED library.
Function Description:
1. init()
Initializes the Seeed OLED frame and sets the display to Normal mode.
Example:
SeeedGrayOled.init();
//initialze SEEED Gray OLED display
2. clearDisplay()
Clears the whole screen. Should be used before starting a fresh start or after scroll deactivation.
This function also sets the cursor to top left corner.
Example:
SeeedGrayOled.clearDisplay(); //clear the screen and set start position to top left corner
3. setNormalDisplay()
Configures the display to normal mode(non-inverse) mode.
SeeedGrayOled.setNormalDisplay();//Set display to normal mode (i.e non-inverse mode)
4. setContrastLevel(unsigned char ContrastLevel)
Set the contrast ratio of OLED display. ContrastLevel can be any number from 0 - 255.
Example:
SeeedGrayOled.setContrastLevel(127); //Set display contrast ratio to half level( i.e 256/2 1 ).
5. setInverseDisplay())
Configures the display to inverse mode.
Example:
SeeedGrayOled.setInverseDisplay();
//Set display to inverse mode
6. setHorizontalMode()
Configures the display to horizontal addressing mode.
Example:
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SeeedGrayOled.setHorizontalMode();
//Set addressing mode to Horizontal Mode
7. setVerticalMode()
Configures the display to vertical addressing mode. Texts are drawn in vertical mode. Please set
the display to vertical mode before printing text.
Example:
SeeedGrayOled.setVerticalMode();
//Set addressing mode to Vertical Mode
8. setTextXY(X,Y)
Set the text's position (cursor) to Xth Text Row, Yth Text Column.96x96 OLED is divided into 12
rows and 12 Columns of text. This row and column should not be confused with OLED Row and
Column.

X can be any number from 0 - 11.

Y can be any number from 0 - 11.
Example:
SeeedGrayOled.setTextXY(0,0);
//Set the cursor to 0th Text Row, 0th Text Column
9. putChar(unsigned char c)
Print a character to OLED display starting from current address-pointer set by setTextXY(X,Y). This
function is internally used by putString().
Example:
SeeedGrayOled.putChar('S'); //Print the character S
10. putString(cont char *string)
Print string to OLED display starting from current address-pointer set by setTextXY(X,Y)
Example:
SeeedGrayOled.putString("Hello World!"); //Print the String
11. putNumber(long n)
Print numbers to OLED display starting from current address-pointer set by setTextXY(X,Y).
Number can be any char,int or long datatype. It also takes care of -ve sign.
Example:
SeeedGrayOled.putNumber(-56123); //Print number -56123
12. drawBitmap(unsigned char *bitmaparray,int bytes)
Display a binary bitmap on the OLED matrix. The data is provided through a pointer to
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unidimensional array holding bitmap. The bitmap data is available in continuous rows of columns
as like Horizontal Addressing mode.
bytes is size of bitmap in bytes.
Example:
SeeedGrayOled.drawBitmap(SeeedLogo,96*96/8);
*96 pixels / 8) bytes
// Draw binary Bitmap (96 pixels
13. setHorizontalScrollProperties(bool direction,unsigned char startRow, unsigned char
endRow,unsigned char startColumn, unsigned char endColumn, unsigned char scrollSpeed)
Set the properties of horizontal scroll.

Direction can be any of Scroll_Left and Scroll_Right.

startRow can be 0 - 127

endRow can be 0 - 127. It should be greater than startRow

startColumn can be 0 - 63

endColumn can be 0 - 63. It should be greater than startRow

scrollSpeed can be any of
defines:Scroll_2Frames,Scroll_3Frames,Scroll_4Frames,Scroll_5Frames,Scroll_25Frames,Scroll_
64Frames,Scroll_128Frames,Scroll_256Frames.
Example:
SeeedGrayOled.setHorizontalScrollProperties(Scroll_Left,72,95,0,47,Scroll_5Frames);
//Set the properties of Horizontal Scroll
14. activateScroll()
Enable scrolling. This should be used only after setting horizontal scroll properties.
Example:
SeeedGrayOled.activateScroll();
//Enable scrolling.
15. deactivateScroll()
Disable scrolling. This should be used after activateScroll();
Example:
SeeedGrayOled.activateScroll();
//Disable scrolling.
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5. With Raspberry Pi
1.
You should have got a raspberry pi and a grovepi or grovepi+.
2.
You should have completed configuring the development environment, otherwise follow here.
3.
Connection. Plug the sensor to grovepi socket i2c-x(1~3) by using a grove cable.
4.
Navigate to the demos' directory:
cd yourpath/GrovePi/Software/Python/grove_oled
To see the code
nano grove_i2c_oled_96x96_hello_world.py
# "Ctrl+x" to exit #
import grove_oled
import time
grove_oled.oled_init()
grove_oled.oled_clearDisplay()
grove_oled.oled_setNormalDisplay()
grove_oled.oled_setVerticalMode()
time.sleep(.1)
for i in range(0,12):
grove_oled.oled_setTextXY(i,0)
grove_oled.oled_putString("Hello World")
5. Run the demo.
sudo python grove_i2c_oled_96x96_hello_world.py
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6. Resources
LCD_Display Library
github repository for OLED Display 96*96
Grove OLED 96x96 Schematic PDF
SSD1327 Datasheet
LY120 Datasheet
Reference for Make a 96*96 Image
File:Grove - 96x96 OLED Display v2.1 eagle.zip
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