TADF emitter developer Kyulux announced that it has shipped the first batch of its yellow TADF emitter to Taiwan's Wisechip to be used it the world's first TADF / Hyperfluorescence display, the 2.7" PMOLED announced in October 2019 - which means that the display will likely start to ship soon.
Wisechip's first HF PMOLED is a 2.7" 128x64 monochrome yellow display, that reaches a brightness of 220 nits - 2.5 times brighter than Wisechip's fluorescent yellow PMOLED. The lifetime of this display is 50,000 hours. Wisechip says this display is aimed for the medical, industrial and electronic products markets, and in the future it will launch TADF/HF PMOLEDs for the wearable and consumer electronics markets as well.
Kyulux was established in Japan in 2015 to commercialize Kyushu University's 4th-generation Hyperfluorescence TADF emitter technology. The company raised $13.5 million from Samsung, LG, Japan Display and JOLED in 2016 and in 2019 the company raised $31.8 million in its Series B round. This first shipment of TADF materials is an exciting news for the OLED industry.