Konica Minolta Unveils New Flexible OLED Lighting
Konica Minolta has unveiled new OLED materials, which boast a luminous efficacy much higher than fluorescent materials.
GlobalLEDOLED.com reports that the company has made its own blue phosphorescent materials, which allow the firm to commercialise the globe’s first OLED panels with just phosphorescent substances.
Konica Minolta is also employing experts in R2R processing in a bid to develop high performing, solution processable materials that will result in optimum performance and high productivity.
However OLEDs carry some disadvantages, as their quantum efficiency and lifetime have always been inferior when compared to vacuum-deposited OLEDs.
Recently, Xerox released five multi-function printers in the A3 and A4 categories, which are aimed at small and medium-sized organisations in India.
These systems boast HI-Q LED technology, giving them energy-efficient qualities and superior resolution.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed