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Sparkfun Micro Oled Breakout

Just purchased some ez robot kits and have installed ARC to my Laptop.

I am looking to install a SparkFun Micro OLED Breakout module to my ezb controller. Add can find no add-on under the iC2 modules and wondered if any one tried to use this display module. It is 3.3v and uses the iC2 bus?

Maybe someone will design a new control. I work with electronics and PLCs, but
programming is not my forte. I am just a hobbyist in robotics, but I love it.

Thanks for some help.

Eric
*confused*
SparkFun Micro OLED Breakout


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Hi @Slickfix Welcome to the community!

Unfortunately we don't have a control/plug-in in ARC for all the I2C devices out there but the good news is that as long as you can communicate with an I2C device you can use it.

You'll have to have all the wires hooked up to the right places from the Sparkfun display to the EZ-B and possibly decrease the pull-up resistor values to make them "stronger" but after that all you need is ez-script. Oh yes and you'll need a datasheet to find the I2C address and commands to send.

Check out this forum post, it may help.