Universal Display report several OLED technology advances at DisplayWeek. First up, the company is showing several advances in OLED lighting . UDC is presenting a new approach to make white OLEDs. The panels are based on RGB stripes, each controlled with a separate current driver. UDC says that this approach potentially improves the OLED panel performance, manufacturing yield, brightness uniformity and color-tunability. UDC calls this new architecture “RGB monochrome striped”, and they demonstrate a 15×15 cm color-tunable white OLED taht features an effifacy of 63 lm/W and a color temperature of 3000K. UDC is also showing a 100 lm/W all-phosphorescent warm white OLED with a lifetime (LT70) of 60,000 hours at 1,000 cd/m 2 . Finally, UDC is also showing a remarkable high R9 warm white WOLED with CRI of 96.

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Universal Display report several OLED technology advances at DisplayWeek 2014