LED Display Functions

The functions below allow you to control the output display on the Zen. These are specific to the Zen and do not work in the CronusMAX Plus.

Function

Description

Zen

Plus

pixel_oled

Draws a pixel on the OLED display

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line_oled

Draws a line on the OLED display

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rect_oled

Draws a rectangle on the OLED display

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circle_oled

Draws a circle on the OLED display

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putc_oled

Puts a character into the string buffer for puts_oled

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puts_oled

Draws the characters supplied using putc_oled on the OLED display

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cls_oled

Sets the entire OLED display to a single color

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printf

Draws a string on the OLED display

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pixel_oled

Draws a pixel on the OLED display

pixel_oled(x, y, color);

🔴 Syntax

pixel_oled( <x> , <y> , <color> );

Parameters

<x> : The X coordinate of the pixel <y> : The Y coordinate of the pixel <color> : The color flag to set the pixel to 0 means Black and 1 means White

🔵 Returns

Nothing

line_oled

Draws a line of pixels

line_oled(x, y, tox, toy, thickness, color);

🔴 Syntax

line_oled( <x> , <y> , <tox> , <toy> , <thickness> , <color> );

Parameters

<x> : The starting X coordinate <y> : The starting Y coordinate <tox> : The ending X coordinate <toy> : The ending Y coordinate <thickness>: The thickness of the line <color>: The color flag to set the pixels to 0 means Black and 1 means White

🔵 Returns

Nothing

rect_oled

Draws a rectangle on the OLED screen of the Cronus Zen

rect_oled(x, y, width, height, fill, color);

🔴 Syntax

rect_oled( <x> , <y>, <width>, <height>, <fill>, <color> );

Parameters

<x> : The X coordinate of the upper left corner of the rectangle <y> : The Y coordinate of the upper left corner of the rectangle <width> : The width of the rectangle to draw <height> : The height of the rectangle to draw <fill> : A flag saying if the rectangle should be filled or just outlined (1 means fill it, 0 means only draw the outline) <color> : The color flag to set the pixels to 0 means Black and 1 means White

🔵 Returns

Nothing

circle_oled

Draws a circle on the Cronus Zen OLED screen.

circle_oled(x, y, radius, fill, color);

🔴 Syntax

circle_oled( <x> , <y>, <radius>, <fill>, <color> );

Parameters

<x> : The X coordinate of the center of the circle? <y> : The Y coordinate of the center of the circle? <radius> : The radius of the circle to draw (the distance from the center point to the outer edge) <fill> : A flag saying if the rectangle should be filled or just outlined (1 means fill it, 0 means only draw the outline) <color> : The color flag to set the pixels to 0 means Black and 1 means White

🔵 Returns

Nothing

putc_oled

Puts a character into the string buffer for puts_oled

putc_oled(position, ascii);

🔴 Syntax

putc_oled( <position> , <ascii> );

Parameters

<position> : The 1 based index where to put the character in the buffer <ascii> : The ASCII code value to put into the buffer, see table of supported characters/constants here

🔵 Returns

Nothing

puts_oled

Draws the characters supplied using putc_oled on the OLED display

puts_oled(x, y, font, length, color);

🔴 Syntax

puts_oled( <x> , <y> , <font> , <length> , <color> );

Parameters

<x> : The X coordinate of the upper left corner of where the text will be drawn <y> : The Y coordinate of the upper left corner of where the text will be drawn <font> : The font constant to use when drawing the text see table of supported fonts here <length> <color> : The color flag to set the pixels to 0 means Black and 1 means White

🔵 Returns

Nothing

cls_oled

Sets the entire OLED display to a single color

cls_oled(color);

🔴 Syntax

cls_oled( <color> );

Parameters

<color> : any defined variable.

🔵 Returns

Nothing

printf

Draws a string on the OLED display

printf(x, y, font, color, stringaddr);

🔴 Syntax

printf( <x> , <y> , <font> , <color> , <stringaddr> );

Parameters

<x> : The X coordinate of the upper left corner of where the text will be drawn <y> : The Y coordinate of the upper left corner of where the text will be drawn <font> : The font constant to use when drawing the text see table of supported fonts here <color> : The color flag to set the pixels to 0 means Black and 1 means White <stringaddr> : The offset in the data section where the 0 terminated string is located, usually used with the string constant type

🔵 Returns

Nothing