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OLED, the Eco-Friendly
Decision for a Sustainable Future

Oct 8, 2020
  • OLED, Natural Reality, The Eco-friendly Choice for a Sustainable Future / The OLED panel shows an image of the sun rising from the ridge, and there is a tree shadow behind the panel.
  • Certain displays can emit odors that pollute the air and release hazardous substances that affect your health. / A man is working with a laptop on a couch in front of a TV screen. Certain displays can emit odors that pollute the air and release hazardous substances that affect your health. / A man is working with a laptop on a couch in front of a TV screen.
  • OLED / We spend a lot of time in front of displays - almost all day and every day. If you're concerned about your health and the environment, it's essential that you choose an eco-friendly display. / A woman is looking at an OLED screen that delivers clear colors at a display store where many panels are displayed. OLED / We spend a lot of time in front of displays - almost all day and every day. If you're concerned about your health and the environment, it's essential that you choose an eco-friendly display. / A woman is looking at an OLED screen that delivers clear colors at a display store where many panels are displayed.
  • The OLED panel shows the image of the forest with clear color. The OLED panel shows the image of the forest with clear color.
  • OLED excludes the use of carcinogens, such as cadmium and indium phosphide throughout its entire manufacturing process. / Raw materials are stacked at the bottom of the screen, and ban marks are displayed on cadium and indium. OLED excludes the use of carcinogens, such as cadmium and indium phosphide throughout its entire manufacturing process. / Raw materials are stacked at the bottom of the screen, and ban marks are displayed on cadium and indium.
  • Since OLED doesn't require a separate backlight unit, it requires less parts and raw materials for the production process. This leads to a lighter overall weight, and ultimately helps reduce energy consumption for transportation. / A truck carrying LCD panels and an old panel truck are passing by on two roads. Since OLED doesn't require a separate backlight unit, it requires less parts and raw materials for the production process. This leads to a lighter overall weight, and ultimately helps reduce energy consumption for transportation. / A truck carrying LCD panels and an old panel truck are passing by on two roads.
  • OLED maintains Wide Color Gamut (WCG)-essential for high-resolution displays without the use of hazardous substances. The display's self-emissive panels easily deliver true-to-life visuals. / The old panel screen shows images of the sun rising from the ridge, and there is a shadow of wood behind the panel. OLED maintains Wide Color Gamut (WCG)-essential for high-resolution displays without the use of hazardous substances. The display's self-emissive panels easily deliver true-to-life visuals. / The old panel screen shows images of the sun rising from the ridge, and there is a shadow of wood behind the panel.
  • SGS, ECO PRODUCT, www.sgs.com/ecoproduct / OLED's reduced use of hazardous substances and toxic air pollutants, while enhancing resource efficiency and energy recyclability, has been recognized widely. OLED achieved the 'Eco Product' certification by SGS, world's leading certification company for environment, health and safety. SGS, ECO PRODUCT, www.sgs.com/ecoproduct / OLED's reduced use of hazardous substances and toxic air pollutants, while enhancing resource efficiency and energy recyclability, has been recognized widely. OLED achieved the 'Eco Product' certification by SGS, world's leading certification company for environment, health and safety.
  • Conventional LCD : 209W, OLED : 137W / Energy consumption has also been significantly reduced. OLED consumes relatively less energy while delivering high-resolution visuals, which led to the EU energy labeling framework rating OLED as "Class A”. / The conventional LCD screen uses a 209W electrical port and has an energy rating of B. The OLED screen uses a 137W electrical port and has an energy rating of A. Conventional LCD : 209W, OLED : 137W / Energy consumption has also been significantly reduced. OLED consumes relatively less energy while delivering high-resolution visuals, which led to the EU energy labeling framework rating OLED as "Class A”. / The conventional LCD screen uses a 209W electrical port and has an energy rating of B. The OLED screen uses a 137W electrical port and has an energy rating of A.
  • Are you on the lookout for a display, good for you and the environment? Choose OLED, the eco-friendly decision for a sustainable future. / People of various races and ages are standing behind the OLED screen with environmental emojis and logos. Are you on the lookout for a display, good for you and the environment? Choose OLED, the eco-friendly decision for a sustainable future. / People of various races and ages are standing behind the OLED screen with environmental emojis and logos.
  • WHY OLED? Stay Away from Hazardous Substances & Go Eco-friendly WHY OLED? Stay Away from Hazardous Substances & Go Eco-friendly

In this post-COVID19 era, the effects of environmental damage and climate change feel dangerously close, which highlight the importance of protecting your health and the environment.

As an eco-friendly display set for a sustainable future, OLED answers to both of these causes.

With most of our time spent indoors, we now need to set the bar higher for home displays.

Certain displays still emit odors that pollute the air and release hazardous substances that affect your health.

While it’s inevitable for many high-resolution displays to be manufactured with hazardous substances, OLED is carefully manufactured with safer substances, making it an eco-friendly option from the start.

For example, OLED excludes the use of carcinogenetic materials such as cadmium and indium phosphide during its manufacturing process.

Its lack of backlight unit also helps OLED use less parts and raw materials for production, reducing the overall weight while saving energy consumption for transportation. That doesn’t mean OLED misses out on high-resolution though – OLED maintains Wide Color Gamut (WCG) with the help of self-emissive panels, delivering true-to-life visuals.

OLED achieved the ‘Eco Product’ certification by SGS, the world’s leading certification company for environment, health, and safety, for its reduced use of hazardous substances and toxic air pollutants, along with increased resource efficiency and energy recyclability. Energy consumption has also been cut down significantly, which led to the EU energy labeling framework rating OLED as “Class A”. Last, but not least, OLED allows no trade-off between energy efficiency and high-resolution visuals, in relevance to other displays in the market.

Find yourself looking for a display, good for you and the environment?

Choose OLED, the eco-friendly decision for a sustainable future.

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