When it comes to lighting, OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) technology inspires on a whole different level. The quality of the light itself in combination with its unique design characteristics means OLED lighting can be used to realize innovative applications and designs. With their thin profile, homogeneous emission, and lack of harmful UV light, OLED panels have found adoption in various industries.
Here are some of the first steps you should take to begin your journey with OLED lighting:
1. Gain Insider Access as a Blog Subscriber
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2. Register for a Private Course on OLED Technology Fundamentals through OLEDWorks University
OLEDWorks University (OWU) is a resource for lighting professionals to expand their knowledge of OLED lighting technology and its applications through virtual courses, led by OLED lighting experts.
3. Download the Design-in Guide to Learn How to Integrate and Handle OLED Lighting Panels
The Design-in Guide provides the necessary guidelines for configuring OLEDWorks Brite 3 panels into final products. Check out the guide to learn all about safety and warnings, mechanical integration, electrical integration, thermal integration, and more.
4. Experience OLED Lighting for Yourself – Order a Developer’s Kit
An OLEDWorks developer’s kit comes with one of each of our standard shaped panels (square, rectangle, and round) in your choice of 3000K or 4000K, as well as a power supply and driver. Or, Automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers can order a Segmented Automotive Red panel with power supply and driver. Order a developer’s kit to get your hands on the technology and explore how to incorporate OLED lighting into your designs.
5. Have All Your Questions Answered by our Experts
Schedule a call with our customer success team to discuss how OLED lighting technology can help you meet your goals.