OLED Lighting

An OLED (organic light emitting diode) produces light when holes and electrons recombine in the organic electroluminescent layer. OLEDs can be deposited on a variety of flexible and rigid substrates to form a luminous panel that produces white light evenly over the complete surface. A white OLED light panel typically contains several layers of red, green and blue emitters that together generate white light with a high color quality.