“First of all, this is not another Arduino Sketch or Project. The Assembly Language fascinates me and I am using it to write codes for different Industrial control solutions. Previously, I did not work with any Graphic Display modules. Getting some leisure time due to lockdown, I started playing with this cheap OLED module. Initially, I started the project using ATmega32A but migrated to ATtiny85 to lower its power consumption for being able to run it through 4-20mA current loop found in the industries.
The following components have been used to build the project:
SSD1306 128x64 I2C OLED Display Module - 1 no.
ATtiny85 in DIP-8 package - 1 no.
8-pin DIP IC base - 2 nos.
6mm Tactile Push-button - 4 nos.
3”x2” Generic PCB - 1 no.
Resistor (4.7K) - 6 nos.
Resistor (10K) - 1 no.
10-pin FRC Shrouded Male Header - 1 no.
Male Single Row Straight Berg Strip (2.54mm) - 4 pins
Female Single Row Straight Berg Strip (2.54mm) - 4 pins
Male Single Row 90 degree Berg Strip (2.54mm) - 2 pins
Single Strand Wire - 0.2 mtr. (approx.)
Soldering Iron and Solder Wire
USBasp AVR programmer
AVR Studio 4
MikroElectronika GLCD Font Creator ver 1.2
PROGISP ver 1.72”