LG Display announced that its third-generation WOLED META TV panels have earned UL Solutions' Platinum eye safety rating and the UL Mark for low blue light. LGD's panels earned a score of 36%, the lowest among all existing TV panels (conventional LCDs range from 70-80%, and lower scores are better).
This year, UL Solutions has implemented more stringent criteria for measuring blue light emissions in an effort to give consumers more reliable information, with program ratings now classified as Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze. The top rating, Platinum, is awarded to display products with blue light wavelength emissions that sit below 40% of the total blue light wavelength emissions.
In addition to UL's rating, LGD's OLED panels earned Intertek's ‘Reflection-Free’ certification as the panels offer minimal reflections from nearby objects. From Intertek’s testing process on the ratio of external light reflected on the screen, the third-generation OLED TV panel achieved an industry-leading reflection ratio of less than 1%.
In the past LG Display's OLED TV panels received a 'discomfort glare-free' verification from UL, and also received TÜV Rheinland's Eye Comfort Display certification (Samsung's AMOLED displays also received the same certification).