2016-11-30

Fraunhofer FEP Presents Flexible OLEDs Glowing from First European Open Access Pilot Line

As one of the core team partners within the European pilot line project PI-SCALE Fraunhofer FEP presents first demonstrators of flexible OLED out from this project.
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2016-04-08

LG Display Injects US $1B in Construction of OLED Display Module Factory in Vietnam

LG Display announced that the company has inked a deal to construct a display module assembly factory in Hai Phong, Vietnam, reported Reuters.
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2015-09-18

Hisense Skips OLEDs, Focuses on Laser Display

The year of 2015 will be the turning point for color television technology, said Houjian Zhou, chairman of Hisense Technology on Sep. 15, 2015 at a press conference. According to Zhou, electrical technology has its own life cycle and LED industry growth has slowed down. The position and strategy of LED manufacturers today will determine their market position and development five years later. Mainstream Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) technology has evolved for more than 50 years, but did not see any real technology breakthroughs until 2000. Although, liquid crystal display technology became an absolute mainstream display solution, it has seen few innovations within the past two years, which led to price cuts and low profits. Meanwhile, manufacturers have developed OLED display technology for TVs for more than 10 years, yet OLED remains an unmarketable mainstream display technology.
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2015-09-15

The Fraunhofer Institute Tests Graphene as An Alternative for Transparent Electrode for OLEDs

The Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP will show for the first time organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) on graphene at Plastic Electronics 2015 (6th − 8th of October 2015, fair area Dresden, booth 1549, joint booth of OES – Organic Electronic Saxony). These OLEDs are an interim result from the project GLADIATOR funded by the European Commission.
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2012-09-26

A Three-year European Project for OLEDs Concludes

A three-year European project to research solution-processable materials for OLEDs has concluded, with newly developed materials that can be integrated into large-surface OLED components and are suited for printing processes. The NEMO (NEw Materials for OLEDs from solutions) project, a consortium of 11 companies led by Merck, with backing from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), to explore a variety of OLED materials and capabilities: soluble light-emitting materials, charge transport materials, new adhesives for reliable encap...
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2011-12-26

Dresden's University of Technology Researchers Develops New White Top-emitting OLED Architecture

Recently, Researchers from Dresden's University of Technology (TU Dresden) have made a breakthrough on a highly efficient white top-emitting OLED design that feature "outstanding" color quality, and is compatible with flexible OLEDs. In this new design a refractive index matched microlens film was laminated to the top-emitting OLED to form direct optical contact. It has a CRI of 93, CIE coordinates of (0.472, 0.430) and an emission from 410 to 750 nm that almost spans the complete visible spectrum (380 to 780 nm). The efficiency is up to 30 lm/W...
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Osram Opto Semiconductors is expanding its Oslon Black family for the infrared range with six new automotive IREDs. The 850 nm versions are intended for exterior applications such as night vision, pedestrian protection, pre-field recognition a... READ MORE

Lumileds introduced the LUXEON CZ Color Line, a product line optimized to deliver maximum punch. “The LUXEON CZ features up to 48% higher punch than any other undomed color LED,” said Jennifer Holland, Product Line Direct... READ MORE