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This is a 0.96” (128 x 64) OLED display breakout board. The display has a built in SSD1306 driver that handles all the RAM buffering, so that little work needs to be done by your microcontroller. This board uses I2C/SPI to communicate with your microcontroller and all the level conversions are handled by the breakout board. The board defaults to SPI; simply solder the two jumpers on the back of the board to select the I2C mode (short each one individually so they are closed instead of open).
The SSD1306 is a very popular driver. There are a lot of resources can be found online on how to drive it using different microcontrollers. It is a great starting point for anyone trying to add a graphics display to their next project. The board has 4 mounting holes, and you can mount these inside a panel for an impeccable finish.