Inland Electronic E-Paper E-Ink Screen Display Module 1.54 Inch for Arduino Raspberry pi DescriptionWhen doing DIY experiments, we often need to use a display. The inland E-screen module has a 1.54-inch display in black and white color and a resolution of 200*200. The module displays dynamic images via SPI communication.We also provide detailed methods to attach display module to the Arduino microcontroller. Special Note: When testing it, we use the 1.8.9 version of the IDE software. But if you use other versions of the IDE, code may be incompatible.Technical parametersWorking voltage: DC 5VWorking current: 150mAMaximum power: 0.75WDisplay color: black and whiteDisplay size: 1.54 inchDisplay resolution: 200*200Interface type: 8pin header with 2.54mm pitchOperating temperature range: -20℃ to +60℃Positioning hole diameter: 3mmSize: 55*34*7mmWeight: 14.5gEnvironmental attributes: ROHSWiring Diagram Test code linkhttps://1drv.ms/u/s!ArhgRvK6-RyJghuBfPkm8Ca_cn6N?e=g7FMQrCode setting methodInstall Image2Lcd modulo software first. Then register with the registration code.Draw the picture you like on the drawing software, set the output to black and white, and the pixel to 200*200.Open the modulo software and set up as follows: Click folder icon in top left to select the pattern you exported, as shown below.Positive (black on white), then tick "color reversal"; negative display (white on black) does not need to tick. Tap “Save” to generate the corresponding C language code file, as shown below. Copy and paste the generated C language code to the const unsigned char IMAGE_DATA PROGMEM location in the code, as shown below. Test ResultThe test code is successfully uploaded. Plug in power, then the display will display various patterns, as shown below.