Graphic OLED displays consist of extremely thin organic layers that can emit their own light, and images are reproduced when electric current flows through the organic compound. The intensity of the color is directly related to the amount of electrical energy reaching the pixel.
Unlike graphic LCD modules that polarize light from an external source, graphic OLED displays produce light autonomously through LED technology.
Due to the amount of different resolutions, the graphic OLED display can be adapted to a wide variety of industrial use applications.
The advantages of graphic OLED displays
Thanks to LED technology, OLED graphic displays have numbers of advantages, including:
- High brightness: thanks to their own light emission;
- Wider viewing angle of up to 175°;
- More advanced technology.
OLED displays are the ideal graphic displays for consumer and industrial applications such as, automotive control panels, medical devices, home appliances or home automation products, and more.