This 1.69" OLED display is one of Newhaven Display's Serial Color OLED products. The featured NHD-1.69-160128ASC3 has a pixel resolution of 160x128. Since it is an OLED product (Organic Light Emitting Diode) it comes with all the benefits of this technology. A rich-black background, 2,000:1 contrast ratio, crisp and readable image, and of course full RoHS compliance are just a few advantages of this OLED display. Since it is among our Full Color OLED product line it also boasts over 262,000 colors, however this module is breadboard friendly and has a built in MicroSD card reader. The display also has built-in logic level shifting. It's the perfect development OLED to get prototyping done quickly and easily.
The NHD-1.69-160128ASC3 can be easily connected with your preferred development board. You'll be blown away by the crystal clear images this OLED product delivers. It's perfect for any application needing a smaller size display; especially for those looking to explore and prototype with OLED displays.
- Full Color Spectrum OLED
- 160 x 128 pixel resolution
- Supports over 262,000 colors
- Serial MPU interface
- Built-in MicroSD card reader
- Breadboard Friendly
- RoHS Compliant
NHD-1.69-160128ASC3 is a 1.69" Serial Color OLED display that comes with a built in SSD1351 controller. Its convenient pin-out format allows for easy connectivity to a breadboard or other microcontroller development platform. This means you can get from product arrival to working demo faster than ever before. OLED technology speaks for itself, and the vivid imagery of this full color OLED display is no exception. This display is a quick and easy solution to elevate your project to the next level.
Color OLED Technology
A color OLED works because of a negatively charged metal cathode and various transport and charged layers (shown in the diagram to the right) between this cathode and the glass of the display. The direction of the anode (top layer before the glass) and the base cathode are juxtaposed perpendicular to one another – creating one pixel wherever they intersect. These pixels that make up a color OLED are divided into red, green, and blue sub-pixels.
The controller of the display sends electric current to the pixels, exciting the layer of organic material and causing it to produce light where the current is applied. The intensity of the electric current in each of the red, green, and blue sub-pixels determine what color and gradation of light that the governing pixel outputs.
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View or download the product spec for NHD-1.69-160128ASC3 below.
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View or download the datasheet for the SSD1351 controller/driver built in to the NHD-1.69-160128ASC3 display below.
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The following example code can be utilized to get the NHD-1.69-160128ASC3 to an up-and-running state right away.
The example code provided through either link or via the direct text box below will help kick-start development for your application's needs.
1.69" Serial OLED Example Code