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Project TOPLESS lights up OLED desk lamp
Project TOPLESS is creating Polymer-OLED desk lamp prototypes, reports OLED-info.com:
“The OLED lamps have five 2″ P-OLED panels, each requiring 0.7W (the total power input is 3.5Watts – 5V dc @ 0.7amps),” it writes.
“TOPLESS (Thin Organic Polymeric Light Emitting Semi-conductor Surfaces) objectives include an efficacy of 20Lm/w, color temperature suitable for general white light applications and large single-pixel devices. TOPLESS will run till February 2010.”
Apparently they hope to have a pre-production OLED lighting line in the UK by the end of 2011. See also: An interview with the Project Mansager for TOPLESS
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