Project - SeeedOLED Gadgeteer

I just posted SeeedOLED Gadgeteer on Codeshare. Feel free to discuss and make suggestions here.


Damn. This looked so good I went to the Seeed Studio website to order some and find that it is discontinued


@ Dave - Take a look at this one from DFRobot

It also uses the SSD1351 and only requires a small change to the SeeedOLED driver to work.

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This might not come with a gadgeteer socket but has the same SSD1351 controller, would that work as well ?

In theory it should work as it will use the same command set. I actually have one of these on the bench but haven’t got around to trying it yet.

Nice find. I’ll be ordering some displays from Newhaven soon so I will add this one to my order.

Cheers for the heads up.

I have a few of these displays and they are very nice!

I’ll delete my earlier comment, but wanted to report back what I found. The ENC28 driver is the one that has an exclusive lock on the bus, this display driver does not. Depending on instantiation order you may find that you may not get a bus sharing exception. @ RoSchmi created an example project that shares the bus with the ENC28 and an N18 display on a Cerberus (that has only a single exposed SPI bus on S sockets), but the same principle could be applied using this driver.