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OLED displays are nice to print characters, bitmap images or different shapes like circles and rectangles. They also have a minimal power consumption and are suitable for battery powered applications. This Oled screen uses the SSD1306 chip and is driven with 2 wires I2C. It is compatible with the most of Arduino libraries.
This monochrome OLED module has a high brightness, self-emission, high contrast ratio, slim/thin outline and wide viewing angle 128x64 dot matrix display. Connect the two 20 pin FPC connectors to a I2C port of a microcontroller for standalone application.
This is a monochrome OLED Display module with I2C interface. It has a high brightness, high contrast, wide viewing angle 128×64-dot matrix display. There's a 4-pin JST (Grove) 2.00mm connector for power and communication. See the Wiki to know how to use this module with Arduino.