Rohm and Lumiotec developed a new OLED lighting panel, to start shipping soon

Rohm developed a new (2nd-generation) OLED lighting panel that uses a red phosphorescent material. The new material results in a more efficient device – about 25-30lm/W, up from about 11lm/W in their first-generation all-fluorescent device.

Rohm and Lumiotec developed a new OLED lighting panel, to start shipping soon
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Rohm developed a new (2nd-generation) OLED lighting panel that uses a red phosphorescent material. The new material results in a more efficient device – about 25-30lm/W, up from about 11lm/W in their first-generation all-fluorescent device.

Lumiotec (which is partly owned by Rohm) will start producing these new panels in “volume” within a few days (Lumiotec reported earlier that it will make around 60,000 panels a year). The new panel’s size is 145x145mm (the same size of Lumiotec’s older panels) and will cost ¥30,000 (about $365) – which is cheaper than Lumiotec’s first-gen panels (the whole development kit used to cost The kit costs ¥84,000 – about $930). Lumiotec will also introduce other shapes and sizes. Here’s our review of Lumiotec’s older OLED Lighting panels.

source: http://www.oled-info.com/rohm-and-lumiotec-developed-new-oled-lighting-panel-start-shipping-soon

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~ by vascoteixeira on January 24, 2011.

 
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