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OLED installation uses livilux® materials

OLED materials can be used to build thin, filigree, lightweight light panels that provide great freedom of design. The installation exhibited at the trade fair will take advantage of this aspect. A unique lighting experience with a natural appearing spectrum awaits the visitors. The panels used for this were provided by EMD Performance Materials’ development partners, Konica Minolta, OLEDWorks and Osram. With its livilux® product group, we offer our customers both vapor-deposition materials and printable inks – highly pure and extremely stable.

LED table showcases advantages of isiphor materials

The isiphor® brand stands for energy-efficient, high-quality phosphors in LED lighting applications. At the trade fair, EMD Performance Materials will be presenting an installation that compares the latest generation of phosphors featuring a color-rendering index (CRI) of 98 with a traditional LED having a CRI of 80. The latest phosphors from EMD Performance Materials are used to achieve this high CRI. They create an LED generation that allows rooms to be bathed in light coming very close to daylight with a CRI of 100.

Organic photovoltaic (OPV) modules enable aesthetic accents

The installation exhibited at the trade fair will use semi-transparent modules including a lisicon formulation from EMD Performance Materials. These modules were developed in cooperation with Belectric OPV. The OPV technology offers many advantages, especially with respect to building-integrated photovoltaics. OPV modules do not show the performance drop usually observed with traditional inorganic photovoltaics in diffuse lighting conditions and under elevated temperatures – typical conditions found in façades. In addition, the semi-transparent modules are available in various colors and offer architects much freedom of design.