Verbatim Releases New OLED Lights

Recently, Verbatim, subsidiary of Mitsubishi Chemical Group releases its VELVE OLEDs lights. Designed as reading lights, the new products have been designed in 14 cm x 14 cm colour and white tone tuneable panels. Users will able to adjust the colours of the lights, giving them the ability to change the lighting to meet the different functions of the space.

They can be used in the general lighting, automotive and airline industries. In addition, the company is beginning by offering the lights in two different packages and an OLED module with a circuit board for RGB colour control as well as white tuneability.


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