This 96x64 color OLED display module is in a class all its own. With its small size and full-color graphics, there's no limit to the design possibilities for this color OLED display. Small enough for a blade server, hard drive enclosure, mobile phone secondary screen, mobile media player, or any other application, this full-color OLED display module will make the information shine.
We offer this display module in a few variations, including a lower-power version and in a development kit to quickly show the features of this display module. Demonstration kits are shipped complete with everything you need to get the display up and running, simply plug in the AC adapter.
Or to speed up prototyping, order this OLED pre-assembled on a carrier board.
The datasheet and website have been updated to note that the controller is the Solomon Systech SSD1331. This notice is for the correction to documentation only, there are no changes to the hardware.
The datasheet and website incorrectly noted that the controller is an Solomon Systech SSD1332 where it should have noted that the controller is a Solomon Systech SSD1331.
Part Change Notice #10014: Datasheet correction
July 2, 2009
Reversed FPC detail drawing in Module Outline Drawings (Pg. 7) to match how the module looks from a front view. Corrected pin order on Quick Reference For Pin Functions (Front View) (Pg. 16). VPANEL is pin 2 and VLOGIC is pin 3. PLUS
This module does not have an internal DC-DC converter.
References to internal DC-DC converter (VDD2) were deleted, including in the System Block Diagram (Pg. 10).
Conflicting information was present which could cause failure of the product if the incorrect diagram were to be used. Also to reduce confusion regarding the DC-DC converter mentioned in the controller datasheet.
For reference only. For design purposes, please use the specifications in the datasheet.
This module is engineered for high volume production. It uses a "TAB" (tape automated bonding) or "COF" (chip on flex) style flex tail mated with a "COG" (chip on glass) display. The TAB connector is soldered directly to corresponding pads on your PCB using a hot-bar soldering machine. High volume contract manufacturers will be familiar with this type of construction and its assembly methods. Hot-bar soldering machines designed for prototype, rework or repair of TAB connections are available from equipment suppliers at reasonable cost.
The TAB style connection requires no separate connector, so the cost is very low, and the ultra thin profile of the display is maintained.