A Novel Lighting OLED Panel Design
AbstractA novel OLED (organic light emitting diode) lighting panel, which uses a special layout design, can reduce the photolithography cycles and process costs and is more reliable. It only needs two steps of photolithography cycles, which include an ITO (InSnO compound transparent oxide) pattern and insulator pattern. There is no need for the metal bus pattern of the ordinary design. The OLED device structure is a type of red–green–blue (RGB)-stacked emitting layer that has a good color index and greater adjustability, which improves the performance of the device. This novel design has the same equipment and material requirement compared to the ordinary design, and it is very beneficial in terms of high volume and low-cost production. It uses a hyper driving method because the entire OLED lighting panel is divided into many sub-emitting units; if one of the sub-emitting units is burned out, it has no effect on the adjacent sub-emitting unit, so the reliability is markedly better than the ordinary design. View Full-Text
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Zhang, E.; Xia, W.; Yan, X. A Novel Lighting OLED Panel Design. Molecules 2016, 21, 1615.
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Zhang, Enyang; Xia, Weigao; Yan, Xiaojian. 2016. "A Novel Lighting OLED Panel Design." Molecules 21, no. 12: 1615.
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