EA W204-XLG

Contrast 1/2000: The new OLED
technology provides because of its real
black background and its active technology
a contrast ratio of minimum 2000:1.
Operating temperature range is -40..+80°C.
Above all things with low temperatures the new OLED
displays do win every competition with standard
LCD modules!

OLED

Displays of the superlative

Both text and graphics displays are available in this technology. Put some accents with the first round OLED display and 128x128 dots. It has an integrated controller and is equipped with a parallel 8-bit interface, but also with a SPI and I²C bus interface.The datasheet can be found here.

 

Contrast ratio 2000:1

The new OLED technology provides because of its real black background and its active technology a contrast ratio of minimum 2000:1.

Operating temperature range -40..+80°C

More and more does the required temperature range for a typical LCD module exceed the possibilities. Above all things with low temperatures the new OLED displays do win every competition with standad LCD modules:

  • full contrast even down to -40°C
  • extrem fast response time: 10us (!)
  • no contrast adjustment necessary
  • no limitation in viewing angle

Here you do find a flyer as a pdf.

Continous operation without problems

Finally, the new OLED displays from the company ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY can also be installed in industrial applications. Thanks to the new, patented OLED technology, the displays achieve a lifetime of 50,000 to 100,000 hours, depending on the color and ambient temperature.

Englisch, Japanse European, Cyrillic

The new OLED displays do provide all important character sets as a standard already: English, Japanese, European and Cyrillic. Especially for the cold northern countries in Europe the new OLED displays are a perfect solution: full functionality in combination with cyrillic characters.
They also do provide a very fast display response time even at icy temperatures of -40°C. And the life time with such temperatures is no more a problem.

Character display 2x8..4x20

With it's well-known 4 bit and 8 bit parallel interface, the new OLED displays are similar to the HD44780 standard.

OLED Display
Ordering Code
Lines x
Chars
Char. Height
in mm
Dimensions
in mm
Color
EA W082-XLG
2x8
5.5
58x32
Yellow
EA W162-X3LG
2x16
5.5
80x36
Yellow
EA W162-X3LW
White
EA W162-X9LG
2x16
5.5
85x36
Yellow
EA W162-XLG
2x16
5.5
84x44
Yellow
EA W162-XBLG
2x16
8.9
122x44
Yellow
EA W162-XBLW
White
EA W202-XLG
2x20
5.5
116x37
Yellow
EA W202-XDLG9.66180x40Yellow
EA W204-XLG
4x20
4.75
98x60
Yellow
Link to the data sheet: oled.pdf

4-/8- Bit and SPI Interface

Besides the typical 4 and 8 bit interface for Z80 and 6800 systems all displays do provide the option for a SPI interface with MOSI, MISO, CS and CLK.

In the graphics displays, we increasingly renounce on parallel connection and focus more and more on the serial interfaces SPI and I²C bus.

5V and 3.3V

The new OLED are in both worlds: single supply operation with 5V and 3.3V without modification. The current consumption is, depending to the display size and content, between 15~50mA (typ.). The highest brightness can be reached with 5V operation.

Our OLED graphic displays do mainly support 3.3V supply.