Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED)
Nowadays, as cars and in-vehicle components become increasingly electronic, there is a growing need for monitoring and displaying information on the status of the car.
At night, liquid crystal displays (LCDs) emit light, resulting in a low contrast ratio.
On the other hand, an organic light emitting diode (OLED) is a self-luminous display, which means that pixels that do not have current flowing through them do not emit light.
OLEDs are characterized by their high contrast, which gives them a luxurious feel and makes it easy to see text and images clearly.
Our in-vehicle OLEDs were first used for in-vehicle audio in 2003, and are also used in genuine speedometers.
The quality of our OLEDs and our track record of supplying them to automotive applications for more than a decade are among the best in the industry.
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