- OLED Inside
- Tech Review
What is OLED
Principle of OLED Self-lighting
- HIL : Hole Injection Layer
- HTL : Hole Transport Layer
- EML : Emission Layer
- ETL : Electron Transport Layer
- EIL : Electron Injection Layer
- Exciton : A bound state of an electron and an electron hole
- BLU (Back Light Unit) is a lighting unit that distributes light evenly across an LCD panel.
- POL (Polarizer) is a film that filters white light from the backlight unit, adjusting the direction of the light.
- CELL is a small individual panel cut out to an appropriate size for the product.
- Film (Anti Reflection Film) is attached to enhance visibility and resolution.
TFT (Thin Film Transistor) acts as a switch to turn individual light-emitting pixels on and off.
OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) is a self-luminous electronic circuit element that uses light generated by the energy loss of an exciton after each electron and hole.
- Encap (Encapsulation Technology) protects organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) from shock, moisture, and impurities.
The Values of OLED Characteristics
High contrast ratio displays the brightest white and the darkest black for a deeper and more detailed expression.
OLED does not require a backlight or other structural components that decrease light purity, allowing a detail of color expression.
Eyes are less burdened as harmful light is reduced to less than half of LCDs and OLED does not require a flicker-inducing driving method.
OLED contains just 10% of plastic compared to LCDs and has 90% recyclability.