Osram's Important step toward OLED mass application


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The Orbeos Dance module can simply be connected by means of plug & play. It invites one to experiment with the OLED-technology.

Everything gives off light - windows, walls or furniture. Thanks to organic light emitting diodes (OLED), what is presently only a vision of architects and designers can soon become reality. In order to familiarise lighting professionals, ranging from lighting designers right up to electricians, with the technology in advance, OSRAM now offers its first OLED-module: Orbeos Dance invites one to experiment and represents yet another step toward introducing OLED to the market on a wide scale. Be it with the first panels, thus individual tiles, from serial production or OLED-designer luminaires - in the past years, OSRAM has repeatedly set new accents for OLED. With Orbeos Dance, the lighting manufacturer now offers its first OLED-module: an OLED-panel, mounted in a casing with a plug & play connection. The advantage over the panel: it can be put into operation easily and quickly, and one can start experimenting immediately. Excite the masses with OLED With Orbeos Dance, OSRAM consistently takes yet another step towards mass application of OLED-technology. Already since 2008 the company has been manufacturing and distributing panels from the Orbeos-series. Thanks to the OLED-designer luminaires, the company has already successfully raised public awareness for this technology. With the first pilot production line for OLED, which was launched in Regensburg in August and which is the first of its kind worldwide, OSRAM continues to drive forth technological progress in the lighting market. Technical Specifications:

  • Diameter module: 112 mm
  • Diameter illuminated surface: 79 mm
  • Thickness: 6.8 mm
  • Color temperature: 2,900 K (warm white)
  • Luminance density: 900 cd/m2
  • Color rendering: 85
ABOUT OSRAM OSRAM (Munich) belongs to the Industry Sector of Siemens and is one of the two leading light manufacturers in the world. In the 2010 financial year, it achieved a turnover of € 4.7 billion. OSRAM is a high-tech company in the lighting sector and 70 percent of its turnover comes from energy-efficient products. The company, which is very much internationally oriented, has around 40,000 employees worldwide, supplying customers in 150 countries worldwide from its 42 production sites in 16 countries (September 30). www.osram.com