Researchers boost the efficiency of OLEDs with a new cavity design
Aug 10, 2009 20:08
There's a new revolution in electronics to make OLEDs more efficient. About 5 times more efficient.
Researchers over at SRI International have found out a way to boost the energy-efficiency of OLEDs with a new design that incorporates regularly placed cavities which generate as much as five times the output of a standard OLED using the same amount of energy.
The technology, known as COLED, is based on a combination of light-emitting polymers developed by Japan-based SDK, with which researchers were able to obtain an output of 30 lumens per watt for blue light, and 80 lumens per watt for green light.
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