The MWC OLED is used for telemetry and debug of any MultiWii FC with i2C, and with a high contrast ratio and super bright screen viewing data in direct sunlight is no problem.
Just some of the functions viewable on the OLED are: status display, MWC firmware version, aircraft mode, unlock status, remote input signal value, The FC output signal value, Gyroscope and acceleration status, Signal period / I2C error, voltage and current (if your MWC has the voltage and current sensor). In programming mode can display and assist to set the parameters, AUX switch function settings, PID parameter adjustment, Accelerator softness / curve adjustment and you even can make and display you own logo, the list goes on.
• High brightness, self-emission, high contrast ratio
• Monochrome 128×64 dot
• 3.3V~5V I2C interface
• Used for telemetry and debug MultiWii FC.
Weight: 3.7g/6.9g (include cable)
HO-01 OLED Display Module x 1
4Pin cable 150mm x1
Hmotnost ( g )
Great little oled display!
It works out of the box with a multiwii 328P on 3.3v or 5v.
I got it to work on a naze32 by shorting pins 19 & 20 (3.3v only and cleanflight firmware)I got one of these and was working fine with the multiwii and four separate esc's. I moved everything to a different kit and used the Qbrain 4-in-one esc. The board and gps seem to still work, but my lcd no longer works. Does anyone know what could cause this as it was working before and I have not changed any software settings? So I have tried in vain to bring up the screen but it just won't turn on with the new all in one esc.Very good product, I'm using it with MultiWii 328p and with that board the OLED works great out of the box. With this little screen it's not necessary to carry all the computer stuff for flying sessions. A must have.
Regards, Tomekstill trying to figure out how to connect this to my megapirate board as the connectors aren't standard on that board. haven't got the chance to connect it to my 328p yet though, have to reload the firmware etc to try thatGood product at a very good price specifically for the mutliWii software which is using its own i2c drivers. If you want to use it for general Arduino or other projects then you need a little hack since the board is not wired to give information back through the i2c bus ... simply put a solder bridge between pin 19 and 20 and it will work great with the libraries on the internet !