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Goldelox Display Modules

I am trying to use IO2 with my uOLED-96-G1 but the screen doesn't behave as expected, why?

There is no IO2 in the uOLED-96-G1. uOLED-96-G2 is the upgraded module that supports IO2 as well.

Is 1-Wire supported by Goldelox modules?

Yes, it supports Dallas One-Wire.

Is 1-Wire addressing supported by Goldelox modules?

Goldelox hasn't been tested for 1-wire addressing. At the moment, it only supports Single Device Dallas One Wire Interface.

Why does the contrast command not work with the uLCD-144-G2 module?

The LCD screens do not support contrast settings because of their design. You cannot change the contrast on an LCD, though you can turn the display On or Off.

Does Goldelox processor support 8-bit images?

No, it doesn't. The Goldelox processor only supports 16-bit images.

Can I save my variables in to the internal flash of a Goldelox processor?

No, you can't. If you want to save information permanently, you should save it to the microSD card.

Can I use custom displays with the Goldelox processor?

No, unfortunately, there are so many variants of the display driver ICs that it is difficult to have a generic PmmC file with external display settings. Goldelox modules need a specific PmmC file with the display initialization settings fully built in.

If you're interested in using a 4D graphics processor with a custom display, please submit a ticket to contact technical support team.

What is the maximum baud rate I can achieve with a Goldelox display module?

Goldelox display modules support up to 600K Baud.