LG Chem exhibited a 320x320mm OLED lighting panel at the Lighting Japan 2015 taking place during January 14-16, with the panel having the highest lumen-price ratio of 5lm/US$ among all similar products at the show, according to Digitimes Research.
LG Chem attained luminous efficiency of 100lm/W for its OLED lighting panels at the end of 2014 and aims to hike it to 120lm/W in 2015 and 130lm/W in 2016, Digitimes Research indicated.
Japan-based Konica Minolta currently leads in OLED lighting luminous efficiency with 139lm/W and flexible OLED production capacity with a monthly level of one million panels. Konica Minolta adopts roll-to-roll process to produce flexible OLED panels, a process enabling low costs for equipment and material, and high yield rates.
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