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  • 13/07/2016

    Worked like a charm, I used them with ESP8266-07 and ESP8266 Basic. This Basic firmware has OLED support. Most interesting, the I2C address fits directly with ESP Basic OLED functions. Tested all of them, no dead pixel. Very small, ideal for my wrist watch project

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  • 16/09/2017

    These are great little panels for projects. The photos show me testing them all out at one time to make sure they're in top condition, and they all are.

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  • 01/12/2016

    Up and running in a few moments using I2C and a small Arduino Nano V3 board. You have to install the SSD1306 libraries and make sure you uncomment #define SSD1306_128_64 in the Adafruit_SSD1306.h to use the sample sketches. They use only .02 amps together with the nano.

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  • 03/03/2020

    A good product. I ordered it a second time

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  • 01/02/2021

    Great value if you need a tiny display for your project

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  • 22/11/2020

    Very good product.

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  • 25/05/2015

    The display is of good quality. It's bright an has a good contrast. The adress printed on my PCBs is wrong, whatever it says the address of the SSD1306 is always (default) 0x3C or (selectable) 0x3D. I can really recommend this tiny little display.

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  • 31/05/2020

    Sorry guys, 2 out of five work ok, as expected. 3 were broken - 1 of them displayed a kind of braille text the other 2 didn't display anything. See pictures: first - ok, second - unreadable. I did not take a picture of the other two, hope you understand. Kind regards, Henk M

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  • 15/06/2018

    Very cool to have an OLED display in my projects, and these do the job very nicely working my various ESP32 based endeavours. The glass is a bit fragile, so I usually 3D print a simple frame to house them when experimenting. Otherwise, they are very easy to work with and I love 'em.

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  • 10/05/2017

    Nice and bright displays. Small but easy to read. I used the ACROBOTIC_SSD1306 Arduino library. My displays were at address 0x3C by default. I used these displays with the ESP8266. They worked great!

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