50x16 SPI Graphic OLED Display
Part Number: CFAL5016A-Y
The CFAL5016A-Y is a versatile graphic OLED display module designed to fit the same display opening and mounting holes as the CFAH0802A series of character LCD display modules. If you are planning a design refresh and you are currently using one of our CFAH0802A series of LCD display modules, with a very small modification to your PCB layout you can add a 50x16 pixel graphic OLED display module to your design without changing the enclosure for your product!
The CFAL5016A-Y graphic OLED display module has a very high contrast ratio (2000:1) with an extremely dark background versus the lit-up pixels on the display. This will really make the information or graphics you're displaying on the OLED module pop, drawing the attention that your product deserves. The CFAL5016A-Y graphic OLED display module features a viewing cone in excess of 160° and is able to communicate using either an 8 or 4 bit parallel microcontroller interface. Because the CFAL5016A-Y graphic OLED display module only powers the pixels that are necessary, as opposed to backlighting the entire display all the time, there can be significant power savings when used with sparse display content. Like all of our display offerings, the CFAL5016A-Y graphic OLED display module is REACH/RoHS compliant, so adding the CFAL5016A-Y graphic OLED display module won't cause you any difficulties when shipping to the European Union or other areas which hold to those rules.
- 8-bit parallel, 4-bit parallel.
- The Winstar Display WS0010 controller interface is very similar to industry standard Hitachi HD44780.
- Operating temperature range from -40°C to 80°C.
- This product is RoHS Compliant.
- Crystalfontz America Inc. is ISO 9001:2008 certified.
Demo Of Arduino Uno Driving This OLED Display.
Here is a video demonstration of the CFAL5016A-Y connected to the Arduino Uno. The video shows off the fantastic viewing angle of this OLED.
Check out the step-by-step tutorial showing how to connect this CFAL5016A-Y display to the Arduino Uno R3.
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