How to Interface with Tiny OLED with 0.65mm Pitch Connector

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  1. Eric Kubischta

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    Nov 22, 2014
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    I want to drive some very small displays (less than 1 inch wide) and I found these 0.83" and ordered them. Without thinking...

    My question in: How the heck do I interface with this little guy? - From what I can tell in the spec, it is a 0.65mm pitch, 28 pin connector. I cannot find anywhere any kind of female connector for this - so...what do I do? Is there any kind of connector that will convert this to 2.54mm pitch holes so I can mount it to my PCB?

    It seems it has to be soldered on - but I am just prototyping really and can't really etch a board.

    Any thoughts? Here is a pic and a pic of the dimensions, etc.

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    http://www.buydisplay.com/media/cat...98182eb6081b1d6/e/r/er-oled0.83-1_outline.jpg
     
  2. takao21203

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    No problem to pin these on adapter pcb.

    You need a standard 50w station, a broad tip and have flux ready but often not needed.

    Be careful the gold plating would alloy, so don't solder on it too long.

    On a pcb with pads manual attachment at this pitch is more difficult.

    Basically you add 1mm solder then draw back and forth a few times remove the shorts the same way and press down with the tip a little.

    Using a point tip at this pitch isn't practical at all and the heat conductivity is poor it deforms quick as well
     
  3. Eric Kubischta

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    Nov 22, 2014
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    Ok thank you - I will try to find an adaptor PCB - Need one with at least 28 pins
     
  4. mcgyvr

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  5. Eric Kubischta

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    Nov 22, 2014
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    Thanks Mcgyvr - I might actually go with one that already is mounted. That schmartboard is cool, but too wide for my design.

    Here is one that is already wired up for about $1.50 more than what the unmounted OLED's were.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/371306545410

    Slow boat from china on this again.
     
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