Apr 03, 2009

A research group from the Kanazawa Institute of Technology in Japan succeeded in making an green phospor-based OLED achieving a very high light-emitting efficiency of 210lm/W (56.9% more efficient than existing OLEDs).

The OLED is a bottom-emission type on a 0.7mm-thick glass plate. 

The material for the device's light-emitting layer is a host material called "CBP" added with an iridium complex, "Ir(ppy)3." Its light emission peak lies in the range of wavelengths between 500 and 550nm, which corresponds to green color.

When emitting light at a luminance of 10cd/m2, it has a light-emitting efficiency of 210lm/W and a light-extraction efficiency of 56.9%. On the other hand, when emitting light without the high-refractive glass plate, its light-emitting efficiency is only 94.3lm/W. This means the glass plate boosted the light-extraction efficiency by 2.3 times.

The 2nd International TADF workshop, July 2017, Kyushu, JapanThe 2nd International TADF workshop, July 2017, Kyushu, Japan