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==Manually Enable Support for NanoHat OLED for NanoPi NEO2 Black==
 
==Manually Enable Support for NanoHat OLED for NanoPi NEO2 Black==
FriendlyElec developed code samples for the NanoHat OLED for NanoPi NEO2 Black and these code samples are contained in the NanoHatOLED's github. You can download and install these code samples by running the following commands after you boot a NanoPi NEO2 Black:<br />
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FriendlyElec developed some demo programs for the NanoHat OLED for NanoPi NEO2 Black and these demo programs are contained in the NanoHatOLED's github. You can download and install these programs by running the following commands after you boot a NanoPi NEO2 Black:<br />
 
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git clone https://github.com/friendlyarm/NanoHatOLED.git
 
git clone https://github.com/friendlyarm/NanoHatOLED.git
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==演示程序的操作说明==
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==Play with Demo Programs==
  
演示程序在安装后会在开机时自动运行,并默认显示 日期与时间 画面。<br />
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The demo programs will be automatically run and show date, time and GUI after the OS loads.<br />
NanoHat OLED配件上的三个按键功能如下:<br />
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The NanoHat OLED module has three keys whose functions are defined as follows:<br />
K1 -> 显示日期时间; <br />
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K1 -> Shows date and time; <br />
K2 -> 显示开发板的运行状态,例如 IP地址, 负载, 存储状态,CPU温度等信息; <br />
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K2 -> Shows system status such as IP address, CPU usage, storage usage, CPU temperature and etc;<br />
K3 -> 关机操作,并不会立即关机,而是先弹出询问画面,在询问画面的状态下,用 K1 切换 Yes和No选项,K2进行确认; <br />
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K3 -> Powers off the system. When this key is pressed the system will not immediately be turned off and instead it will pop up a confirmation window with a Yes and a No options. You can press the K2 key to select Yes or No;<br />
 
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==相关资料==
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==Resources==
  
*[Schematic]([http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/images/d/df/Schematic_NanoHat_OLED_for_NanoPi_NEO2_Black.pdf NanoHat_OLED_for_NanoPi_NEO2_Black原理图pdf文件])
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*[Schematic]([http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/images/d/df/Schematic_NanoHat_OLED_for_NanoPi_NEO2_Black.pdf NanoHat_OLED_for_NanoPi_NEO2_Black Schematic file in pdf format])
*[Dimension]([http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/File:Dimension_NanoHat_OLED_for_NanoPi_NEO2_Black_PCB.rar NanoHat_OLED_for_NanoPi_NEO2_Black_PCB的DXF文件])
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*[Dimension]([http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/File:Dimension_NanoHat_OLED_for_NanoPi_NEO2_Black_PCB.rar NanoHat_OLED_for_NanoPi_NEO2_Black_PCB file in DXF format])
 
*[Datasheet]([http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/images/a/af/096-30-SPEC_QG-2864KLBEG01_VER_C.pdf NanoHat OLED Datasheet.pdf])
 
*[Datasheet]([http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/images/a/af/096-30-SPEC_QG-2864KLBEG01_VER_C.pdf NanoHat OLED Datasheet.pdf])

Revision as of 08:50, 7 January 2020

English

1 Introduction

NanoHat OLED for NanoPi NEO2 Black
Front
Back
  • The NanoHat OLED for NanoPi NEO2 Black module is a monochrome OLED module designed and developed for the NanoPi NEO2 Black. It is 0.96" and the resolution is 128 x 64. It has high contrast and low power-consumption. It can display characters and images. It communicates with a NanoPi NEO2 Black with I2C.
  • The size of the NanoHat OLED for NanoPi NEO2 Black is the same as the size of the NanoPi NEO2 Black. The OLED module can be stacked onto a NanoPi NEO2 Black.
  • The module has three programmable keys.
  • The module has a 3.5mm audio jack and a USB Type A port.

2 Hardware Spec

  • Size: 0.96"
  • Resolution: 128 x 64
  • High contrast and low power consumption
  • 3 x onboard key
  • PCB dimension(mm): 40 x 40

NanoHat OLED for NanoPi NEO2 Black PCB

  • GPIO1(I2C/UART/GPIO)
Pin# Name Linux gpio Pin# Name Linux gpio
1 GPIOA0 0 2 5V in or out -
3 I2C_SDA0 - 4 5V in or out -
5 I2C_SCL0 - 6 GND -
7 GPIOA2 2 8 UART1_TX -
9 GND - 10 UART1_RX -
  • GPIO2(USB/Audio OUT)
Pin# Name Linux gpio Pin# Name Linux gpio
1 Line out Right - 2 USB DM -
3 Line out Left - 4 USB DP -
5 Audio GND - 6 GPIOA3 3

3 Applicable Board & OS

Index CPU Model Board Type OS
1 H5 NanoPi NEO2 Black Open Source Linux-4.x Mainline Kernel

4 Hardware Setup

The size of the NanoHat OLED for NanoPi NEO2 Black is the same as the size of the NanoPi NEO2 Black. The module can be stacked onto a NanoPi NEO2 Black. Here is a hardware setup:
NanoHat_OLED_NanoPi_NEO2_Black

5 ROM That Enables Support for NanoHat OLED for NanoPi NEO2 Black

Board Type CPU Model Download Link to Image File Image File
NanoPi NEO2 Black H5 Download official-ROMs/accessory-ROMs/nanopi-neo2-black_ubuntu-oled_4.x.y_YYYYMMDD.img.zip

6 Manually Enable Support for NanoHat OLED for NanoPi NEO2 Black

FriendlyElec developed some demo programs for the NanoHat OLED for NanoPi NEO2 Black and these demo programs are contained in the NanoHatOLED's github. You can download and install these programs by running the following commands after you boot a NanoPi NEO2 Black:

git clone https://github.com/friendlyarm/NanoHatOLED.git
cd NanoHatOLED
sudo -H ./install.sh


Running the installation script will download necessary packages. You can set the download source to your preferred one to speed up the process. To change the download source run the following command:

wget http://112.124.9.243/aptsouce.sh
chmod 755 aptsouce.sh
sudo -H ./aptsouce.sh
sudo apt-get update

After the download steps are done run the "NanoHatOLED的 ./install.sh" script to install them.

7 Play with Demo Programs

The demo programs will be automatically run and show date, time and GUI after the OS loads.
The NanoHat OLED module has three keys whose functions are defined as follows:
K1 -> Shows date and time;
K2 -> Shows system status such as IP address, CPU usage, storage usage, CPU temperature and etc;
K3 -> Powers off the system. When this key is pressed the system will not immediately be turned off and instead it will pop up a confirmation window with a Yes and a No options. You can press the K2 key to select Yes or No;

8 Resources