Product Selection Guide Page 291 Product Selection Guide-11th Edition

291 PRODUCT INFORMATION PSG11 WINONA www.winonalighting.com Not all OLEDs are created equal. Our incredibly thin OLEDs glow with calm and efficient light, giving each OLED luminaire a captivating design character. Choose from several families of products to create your own unique OLED lighting solution. Light Output A unique attribute of OLED luminaires is that the luminaire performance will closely match that of the OLED panels because there are minimal optical and thermal losses. Lifetime Operating lifetime is measured from the beginning of operation at initial light output and full brightness until the panel reaches 70% of its initial light output (and luminance). Color The broad-band light emission of our OLEDs yields a full spectral power distribution, resulting in excellent CRI. Virtually no energy is wasted in the UV or IR regions of the spectrum. WHAT IS OLED? With OLED, we can appreciate and feel the presence of the light itself in incredibly thin and transformative forms. New possibilities in design are unleashed in OLED luminaires that harmonize our connection with architecture and light. OLED stands for Organic Light-Emitting Diodes. OLEDs are "organic"in that the key functional layers are composed of organic compounds - complex carbon containing molecules. The diagram below illustrates the basic structure of an OLED panel. How it Works OLED Spectrum Cathode: Aluminum with LiF electron injection layer Substrate: Transparent glass or plastic Light is emitted from the bottom Anode: Typically Indium-Tin-Oxide (ITO), a transparent conductive oxide Hole Transport Layer (HTL): NPB Electron Transport and Emitting Layer (ETL): Alq3

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