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FireBeetle Covers-OLED 128x64 Display

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Integrate visuals & onboard controls to any FireBeetle project with this OLED 128x64 Display FireBeetle Cover – Includes Built-in 3-Axis Accelerometer.

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As many of you smart Makers will know by now, the DFRobot FireBeetle ESP32 MCU is an amazing microcontroller, offering a similar style to Arduino but with built-in WiFi and a range of other handy features. However, until recently, the FireBeetle simply couldn’t compare to the range of Arduino Boards and their expansion modules known as Arduino Shields, although with the introduction of the exciting (and growing) range of FireBeetle Covers, the FireBeetle has now become a whole lot more stylish, as well as functional.

This awesome FireBeetle Covers-OLED 128x64 Display is an expansion module designed for the FireBeetle MCU, and features a 128x64 resolution OLED display, onboard controls, a 5-way joystick, as well as an internally integrated 3-axis accelerometer. These features all make it an amazing all-round module for almost any FireBeetle project, giving you not only multiple ways of interfacing with the project, but also a really nice quality display to show variables, animations, precise measurements, or even just to create your own pocket-sized game-station to play snake or care for a digital tamagotchi pet.

Of course, in a similar fashion to other FireBeetle Covers, this Cover can plug directly into the top of a FireBeetle board, and is capable of being stacked with other Covers for even more functionality. However, despite this native compatibility with FireBeetle boards, it can also be used with almost any microcontrollers that operate on 3.3V or 5V, and you can easily use this on Arduino Boards just as easily, although it may just require some extra jumpers or soldering to connect everything up.

 

FireBeetle Covers-OLED 128x64 Display  -  Technical Specifications:

  • Supplier

DFRobot

  • PCB Form Factor

DFRobot FireBeetle Series

  • Module Compatibility

– FireBeetle BoardsFireBeetle Covers

Arduino UNO | Arduino Beetle | etc.

  • Operating Voltage

– 3.3V to 5.5V DC

  • Onboard Controls

– 2 x Buttons: D4 + D8

– 5-Way Analog Joystick

  • Integrated Accelerometer IC

– BMA220: 3-Axis

  • Accelerometer Resolution

– 6 bit

  • Accelerometer Range

– 2g / 4g / 8g / 16g

  • Accelerometer Data Bus

– I2C

  • Integrated OLED Display

– UG-2864HLBEG01

  • OLED Display Size

– 0.96”

  • OLED Display Resolution

– 128x64

  • OLED Display Colour

– Blue

  • OLED Display Data Bus

– I2C

  • Integrated Character/Font Chip

– GT30L24A3W

  • Character/Font Data Bus

– SPI

  • Supported Character Sets

– IS08859 and CODE PAGE

– Support for Multinational Unicode

– GB18030 Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese

– KSC5601 Korean

– JIS0208 Japanese

– 180 Foreign Font

  • Weight

– 26g

  • Dimensions

– 24 x 58mm

 

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FireBeetle Covers-OLED 128x64 Display

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As self-proclaimed “Robo-holics”, DFRobot is a company comprised of over 100 staff members, of which 30% are engineers who love to build robots. It was started in 2008 with the goal of embracing and promoting open-source hardware, with a core focus on Arduino, Raspberry Pi and their very own LattePanda development boards. Since then, DFRobot have manufactured over 1300 unique modules, sensors and components that all work together and complement each other, allowing users like us to enjoy a full spectrum of cutting edge robotics and electronics without having to pay premium prices.


With the primary goal of developing and manufacturing great quality products, while making them accessible to as many people as possible, DFRobot are rapidly becoming one of the most common-place brands in the world of open-source robotics and electronics. With more than 1300 products developed in-house, and an impressive range of different categories and specialisations, there are few brands in the world who can compete in terms of quality, accessibility and genuine innovation.