Stun your users visually with use of the OLED Shield. This shield lets you unleash your imagination on a 64 pixel by 48 pixel canvas. For those of you not so creative it will also serve as great way to show what your app is doing in real time without being attached to a computer and the Arduino IDE.
- Screen Size: 64×48 pixels (0.66” Across)
- Operating Voltage: 3.3V
- Driver IC: SSD1306
- Interface: IIC(I2C)
- IIC Address: 0x3C or 0x3D
- OLED Shield x1PC
- Normal pins x2PCS
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As usual with Wemos products, well made and works well. My only complaint is that, since the display is pretty much always going to be on the top of the stack, I wish they'd make an oversized board that has a 128x64 OLED. It would be okay to have the display cover the connector holes.
The software was a minor problem, because I have other OLEDs that I use with Arduino applications, and the shield library is a fork of an older version of the Adafruit library that's not quite compatible with the latest version. The simple solution was to rename the library to WEMOS_SSD1306. Use a text editor to change all occurrences of "Adafruit_SSD1306" to "WEMOS_SSD1306", and rename the files and directories. Then you can use both libraries side-by-side.