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Osram Opto Semiconductors GmbH’s Ceramos RGB (red, green, blue) multiLEDs for use in Dolby’s LED-backlit PRM 4200 professional reference monitor support high technical standards for the monitor, which is designed for professional content creation applications and targeted at production and postproduction of movies and TV shows. The monitor uses 1536 Ceramos RGB LEDs, which offer a wide color gamut, good color accuracy, a high dynamic range and true deep blacks. The red, green and blue chips are positioned so that the color mix has the same appearance when observed from a wide range of angles. The LEDs’ ceramic package measures only 0.9 mm high and 3 x 4.5 mm, making the LEDs suitable for flat backlights. The ceramic package material renders them stable, with negligible degradation in brightness or drift in colors.

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2010

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