SHOWCASE THE LATEST OLED LIGHTING SOLUTIONS AT EUROLUCE 2015 IN MILAN
LG Chem has announced its participation in Euroluce 2015 from April 14th to April 19th. LG Chem will exhibit an updated OLED light panel line-up along with various types of applications and solutions. LG Chem will also showcase its partners’ products using LG Chem OLED light panels, including Acuity Brands, TW2M and more.
LG Chem OLED light panels feature high performance with long life. Various shapes and sizes are available with multiple color temperatures. In this exhibition, LG Chem aims to position itself not only as an OLED panel manufacturer but also as an OLED lighting solution provider. LG Chem will exhibit modules, rail connections, mounting solutions and transparent connections as examples of its solutions using OLED light panels.
Exhibit products description:
LG Chem OLED light modules are LG Chem OLED light panels with aluminum casing and easy connecting solutions added on the back. The modules come in two types: slide and click types. The modules enable OLED light panels to be mounted individually or on a rail with separate mounting brackets.
Rail Connections for OLEDs can be connected to commercially available tracks. The rail connections come in four types of mounting options: fixed, rotating, and long and short tilting types.
Mounting solutions are developed to be used in places where slimmer OLED applications are needed. There are two types of mounting solutions: rail and linear types. The rail mounting solution has a DC-DC driver in each unit and is applied to a customized track. The linear mounting solution can be magnetically attached to metal surfaces. They can be easily integrated in furniture shelving systems.
By attaching LG Chem OLED light panels to glass and by providing power through a transparent mesh conductive film that is laminated on the glass, the OLED generates a floating light effect. The transparent connections can be used as pendants and display shelves among other uses.
LG Chem showcased many of these solutions and products at the recent Lighting Fair in Tokyo. The exhibition was a great success with much positive feedback from the Japanese lighting market.