Why are they called Modular?
The modular character OLEDs have a modulated design to include an array of options for electrical interfaces and connection ports. They feature all the benefits of other character OLEDs such as a 10,000:1 contrast ratio and double height characters, but they are only offered in a 2 x lines by 16 character format and a blue monochrome color.
The modulated characteristics were designed with all kinds of engineers' project requirements in mind. Choose between three electrical interfaces and five connector options for these character OLED displays. The available interfaces to choose from are Parallel, SPI, and I²C. Connection options are: two dual row pin headers in 2x18 (for Parallel interface only) or 2x8 sizes, two single row through-hole pin outs (in either 1x7 or 1x8 sizes), and an RJ45 port.
- Six 2x16 Character OLED modules, each with unique connector and interface combination
- Parallel, SPI, or I²C interface options
- 2x18/2x8 pin header, 1x7/1x8 through-hole, or RJ45 connector options
- Built-in screen saver & ultra low-power (<1mA) sleep mode
Watch our video for the 2x16 Modular OLED displays: