LG Innotek and Everlight Present LED Automotive Application at Electronica 2018

Electronica 2018, the biannual electronic components exhibition, was held in Munich, Germany, from November 13th to 16th. Several world leading LED producers joined the event to showcase their novel technology developments and innovative applications. Korea-based LG Innotek and Everlight from Taiwan both participated in Electronica 2018 and demonstrated their LED products and applications.

LG Innotek presented its automotive and electronic components for electric and smart vehicles during the event and aims to increase its presence in the European market. The company showcased the C-V2X (Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything) module which applies the mobile communication technology used in smart phones to communicate between vehicles and objects and the SVM (Surround View Monitoring) system which monitors the vicinity of the vehicle in all directions by four camera modules.


(Image: LG Innotek)

LG Innotek also unveiled LED surface light source modules and a 15-watt wireless charging transmitter/receiver module for vehicles and mobile devices and thermoelectric semiconductor. According to the company, its LED surface light source module can be integrated into different designs of tail lights to match the concept of a vehicle.

Meanwhile, Everlight demonstrated its latest automotive, infrared and lighting products and modules including an ADB matrix headlamp, a Mini/Smart Multi Array Rear Lamp and an infrared heartbeat smartwatch at Electronica 2018.

The ADB matrix intelligent LED headlamp of Everlight is equipped with a CCD sensor to detect oncoming vehicles and adjusts light source accordingly to avoid interference. Everlight’s new Mini Rear Lamp was manufactured with fine pitch display components which can achieve a resolution of 27.63 Pixels per Inch and its Adaptive Rear Lamp System can be flexibly adjusted to display figures and texts for delivered messages when necessary.


(Image: Everlight)

Everlight also exhibited infrared products including transmitting and receiving components in different sizes, radiant intensities and viewing angles that can be widely applied in e-books, smart boards, oximeters and household vacuum cleaners.

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