Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED)
Car Air Conditioner
OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) displays have a wide viewing angle due to their thin structure, and there is no change in brightness or chromaticity even when viewed from an angle.
OLEDs are suitable for displays located diagonally in front of the driver and passenger, such as the car audio system and the temperature of the air conditioner in the center cluster.
In general, liquid crystal displays (LCDs) have an LED backlight on the back of the display, which blocks the light to create the black color.
As a result, when the display is turned on at night, the light from the backlight leaks out, causing areas that are not intended to be lit to glow dimly.
OLEDs, on the other hand, are self-luminous displays, and therefore do not emit light in areas where no current is being applied.
The display is highly visible even in a dark car, and its high contrast gives a luxurious feel.
Automobiles are used in harsh environments with extreme cold and heat.
Since liquid crystal displays are in liquid form, display abnormalities and response time degradation occur in low temperature environments.
OLEDs, on the other hand, do not lose response time even in low-temperature environments, and do not produce afterimages or display abnormalities.
Our OLEDs were the first in the world to be used in automotive audio in 2003.
Long life and high reliability are required for automotive products.
Our Automotive OLEDs have passed strict inspections by domestic and overseas automobile manufacturers and auto parts manufacturers, and have been supplied to the market for many years.
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