Pmod OLED: 128 x 32 Pixel Monochromatic OLED Display

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The Pmod OLED is 128x32 pixel monochrome organic LED (OLED) panel powered by the Solomon Systech SSD1306. Users can display any sort of graphical design by programming the device through SPI as well as sending bitmap images. This module uses the UG-2832HSWEG04 display from Univision Technology Inc. 

Note: The Pmod OLED is also featured in a fantastic product bundle, the Zybo Pmod Pack! This bundle was designed to expand project possibilities by utilizing a variety of peripheral modules perfectly suited for the Zybo Zynq-7000 FPGA.

  • 128×32 pixel graphic OLED display
  • Clock speeds of up to 10 MHz
  • Internal display buffer
  • 16 different brightness settings
  • Small PCB size for flexible designs
  • 12-pin Pmod connector with SPI interface
  • Library and example code available in resource center
  • Pmod OLED
  • Custom antistatic Pmod packaging

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  • 5
    Great for the hobbyist

    Posted by Digilent Customer on 3rd Apr 2018

    As a complete beginner to the world of FPGA programming, I thought it would be fun to apply my developing skills with VHDL to upgrade my projects from a seven segment LCD display to this little screen. I got the demo to run, but immediately decided that the font was too small for my geriatric eyes. I reverse engineered the demo and downgraded the screen to a 7 character x 2 line display! I used a font from The Dot Factory (highly recommended) to get the size characters I wanted. The screen is a nice way to enhance your FPGA board. I was planning on using it to teach myself about the SPI protocol, but cheated and used the interface provided. That code is relatively simple, and after studying it, I'm confident I understand how to handle SPI. I would also recommend using the initialization module, since it has some steps not documented well elsewhere, and is easy to modify if you need to to meet your requirements

  • 5
    Great display for FPGA's and arduinos

    Posted by Matthew Crump on 6th Dec 2017

    It may be monochromatic but it gets the job done and makes great user interfaces for Microblaze designes