2.9" Flexible Monochrome eInk / ePaper Display (296x128 Monochrome) (ID:4262)

Adafruit  |  SKU: 3279
£28.99
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DESCRIPTION

Woah, the cyber-future is here! Flexible E-Ink has been demoed at high-tech events for years but now you can actually get your hands on it. This display is true E-Ink / E-Paper, once an image is displayed it will stay even once you remove all power. The image is also high contrast and very daylight readable. It really does look just like printed paper!

This flexible display sports a 2.9" monochrome (black and white) display. It has 296x128 black ink pixels on a whiteish background. The monochrome displays also take a lot less time to update, only a couple of seconds instead of 15 seconds.

Using the CircuitPython or Arduino libraries, you can create a 'frame buffer' with what pixels you want to have activated and then write that out to the display.

Please Note:

  • This display is flexible but that doesn't mean you can constantly flex it. You'll also need a breakout driver such as the eInk Friend to use this display.
FEATURES
  • Dimensions (excluding ribbon cable): 80 x 37 x 0.25mm
RESOURCES
2.9 Flexible Monochrome eInk / ePaper Display (296x128 Monochrome) (ID:4262) - ePaper
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2.9" Flexible Monochrome eInk / ePaper Display (296x128 Monochrome) (ID:4262)

£28.99
DESCRIPTION

Woah, the cyber-future is here! Flexible E-Ink has been demoed at high-tech events for years but now you can actually get your hands on it. This display is true E-Ink / E-Paper, once an image is displayed it will stay even once you remove all power. The image is also high contrast and very daylight readable. It really does look just like printed paper!

This flexible display sports a 2.9" monochrome (black and white) display. It has 296x128 black ink pixels on a whiteish background. The monochrome displays also take a lot less time to update, only a couple of seconds instead of 15 seconds.

Using the CircuitPython or Arduino libraries, you can create a 'frame buffer' with what pixels you want to have activated and then write that out to the display.

Please Note:

FEATURES
RESOURCES
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