An organic LED sandwiches a simple matrix of small molecule organic film between anode and cathode to achieve faster response, wider viewing angle, and sharper contrast than conventional LED technology.
Organic LEDs are thinner and consume less power than backlighted LCDs, and achieve faster response, a wider viewing angle, and sharper contrast than conventional LEDs.
Compared to LCD displays, organic LEDs have a thinner profile, and require no backlight. Power consumption falls somewhere between a backlit LCD and a reflective LCD.
The technology is targeted at automotive applications with mass production planned for 2003. Expected temperature range for storage is from -40 to 95C, while the expected operating temperature falls between -30 and 85C.
John Cramer, Optrex America Inc., 44160 Plymouth Oaks Blvd., Plymouth, MI 48170; Tel: (734) 416-8500; Fax: (734) 416-8520; E-mail: email@example.com.
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