LG Chem Exhibits World's Largest OLED Light Panels at Light + Building 2014

LG Chem is currently participating in the biannual Light + Building Exhibition held at Messe Frankfurt.

When LG Chem joined the previous exhibition in 2012, the company had displayed its 60lm/W OLED panels which are still the world’s most efficient mass-produced OLED panels.

This year, LG Chem has increased the lifetime of these panels up to 40,000 hours (LT70). LG Chem is also exhibiting the world’s largest OLED panels at 320x320mm. These panels are available as samples on request.

Back in 2012, LG Chem had introduced its thin-glass type (bendable) OLED Panels which are now available as mass produced products. This year’s Light + Building introduces the new Plastic film type OLED Panels which are truly flexible.

At LG Chem’s booth, there are several mock-ups of actual lighting applications designed and developed by LG Chem’s designers. These mock-ups are placed in real-life scenarios such as a resting area, an office area, or hospitality areas.

Lgiht + Building which is the world’s largest lighting exhibition is being held from March 30th to April 4th this year. LG Chem’s stand is located at Hall 6.2, Booth A8.

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