What is an OLED?

OLED is a type of flat light emitting technology that utilizes organic thin films positioned between two conductors. It emits bright light when an electrical current passes through it. Unlike LCD displays that rely on a white backlight, OLEDs are emissive displays that are thinner and more efficient as they do not need a backlight for operation.

Advantages of OLEDS

Superior viewing angle
High brightness and contrast
Fast response time
Small size form factors
Well suited for battery driven applications
Scaled power consumption
Thin and Flexible Design
Superior Picture Quality

OLEDS Application

Smart wear
Vehicle mounted
Industrial control
Handheld PDA
Digital Camera
Kitchen Appliance
Pulse Oximeter
Portable Blood Glucose Meters(BGMs)
Laser Rangefinders
lnterchangeable Lenses for Cameras