The Elec reports that Korea-based LORDIN is progressing with its blue OLED emitter technology. The company recently filed for a high-efficiency blue OLED emission patent, and according to the company's plans it aims to have a commercial blue OLED emitter out in 2024.

Not much is known about LORDIN's technology, beyond a statement by LORDIN that says it aims to achieve over 90% IQE, and that it is based on the control of energy transfer speed between emitter molecules. the energy transfer speed between molecules inside the material to increase efficiency.

According to The Elec, LORDIN hopes to IPO in the Korea's stock exchange by the end of 2022. The company has also developed a blue OLED phosphorescence emitter.

It seems as if the race towards an efficient blue emitter is on. Last month Universal Display says it believes it is on track to meet preliminary target specs by the end of 2022 and that it will be able to introduce a commercial blue PHOLED material in 2024.

Other companies that develop next-generation blue OLED emitters include Kyulux with its HF technology, EMT with its TASF technology, and Kebotix.



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