Python package for the qwiic Micro OLED board
This package is a port of the SparkFun Micro OLED Breakout Arduino Library
This package can be used in conjunction with the overall SparkFun qwiic Python Package
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This driver package depends on the qwiic I2C driver: Qwiic_I2C_Py
This repository is hosted on PyPi as the sparkfun-qwiic-micro-oled package. On systems that support PyPi installation via pip, this library is installed using the following commands
For all users (note: the user must have sudo privileges):
sudo pip install sparkfun-qwiic-micro-oled
For the current user:
pip install sparkfun_qwiic_micro_oled
To install, make sure the setuptools package is installed on the system.
Direct installation at the command line:
python setup.py install
To build a package for use with pip:
python setup.py sdist
A package file is built and placed in a subdirectory called dist. This package file can be installed using pip.
cd dist pip install sparkfun_micro_oled-<version>.tar.gz
See the examples directory for more detailed use examples.
import qwiic_micro_oled import sys def runExample(): # These three lines of code are all you need to initialize the # OLED and print the splash screen. # Before you can start using the OLED, call begin() to init # all of the pins and configure the OLED. print("\nSparkFun Micro OLED Hello Example\n") myOLED = qwiic_micro_oled.QwiicMicroOled() if myOLED.isConnected() == False: print("The Qwiic Micro OLED device isn't connected to the system. Please check your connection", \ file=sys.stderr) return myOLED.begin() # clear(ALL) will clear out the OLED's graphic memory. # clear(PAGE) will clear the Arduino's display buffer. myOLED.clear(myOLED.ALL) # Clear the display's memory (gets rid of artifacts) # To actually draw anything on the display, you must call the # display() function. myOLED.display() runExample()