Flexible OLED für homogenes Licht im OP-Saal

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The glare-free, homogeneous light of large-area organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) is perceived as very pleasant and offers many advantages for product design. In the recently completed LAOLA joint project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) (funding code: 03INT509AF), OLEDs were therefore developed as planar lighting for a wide range of applications on flexible substrates.
The focus was on flexible ultra-thin glass, which offers advantages over plastic as a substrate due to its excellent barrier properties. As part of the project, the scientists at Fraunhofer FEP were able to successfully process, coat and encapsulate the OLED on flexible glass in a roll-to-roll process. The results obtained can be directly transferred to other existing roll-to-roll tape lines.
Read more about the diverse project results and possible areas of application in the current press release.
The prototype of a surgical light designed in the project will be presented at LOPEC 2022, on March 23 and 24, 2022, in Munich, by Fraunhofer FEP at the joint booth of Organic Electronics Saxony e.V. (OES), No. B0.308. OLED microdisplays, a jacket with OLED lighting elements from the EU-funded Smart2Go project (funding code: 825143) as well as roll-to-roll coated barrier films and biodegradable electronics will also be on display there.