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Electrode OLED Technology

Photonics Spectra
May 2017
CSEM SARequest Info
NEUCHÂTEL, Switzerland — CSEM and Sefar AG have developed low-cost, flexible, transparent and highly conductive electrodes made of fabric substrates, increasing the attractiveness of organic LEDs (OLEDs).

The fabric substrates are composed of flexible metallic wires and polymeric fibers woven together in a highly transparent and flexible polymer. The fabric substrates are manufactured using low-cost, high-throughput processes under standard ambient clean room conditions.

The OLEDs are finalized by coating the substrate with a thin-film layer of a solution-process conductive polymer. The high electrical conductivity of the metal wires in the fabric substrate ensures that the electrode displays high conductivity over large distances, even with an ultra-thin, highly transparent layer of the conductive polymer.


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