During the coming OLED Korea Conference, hosted by UBI Research, CYNORA is going to present the newest status of its blue TADF (thermally activated delayed fluorescence) emitters. CYNORA is one of the most active companies in this field with several years of experience in TADF. The company’s focus is on the high-efficiency blue emitter materials, which are currently the biggest limitation for further significant improvement of OLED displays. CYNORA’s blue TADF emitters will enable device makers to produce OLED displays with significantly reduced power consumption and higher display resolution.
An update of the status of TADF emitters at CYNORA will be shown by the CMO, Dr. Andreas Haldi during the Session “Better Materials for Better Performance”. Andreas Haldi will present improved OLED devices with a sky-blue material with an EQE of 24% and with 1000 h lifetime (LT80), both measured at display brightness. The performance of these devices is so far the best result combining efficiency and lifetime that has been reported for the TADF technology with blue emission. Andreas Haldi will also disclose in his presentation some more details relating to the planned commercialization of CYNORA’s blue TADF emitters by end of this year.
UBI Research has recently announced that the OLED emitting material market is increasing sharply and is expected to reach about US$ 980 million in 2017. With Apple starting to use OLED displays in the near future, the demand for high-performance OLED panels will increase significantly. Therefore, the panel makers are currently pushing the adaptation of high-efficiency blue pixels in their panels to gain an edge towards the competition.