23 September 2016 The two-dimensional optical pattern of a five inch diagonal white organic light emitting diode by rapid rotating measurement
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The feasibility of applying a five-inch diagonal white organic light-emitting diode (WOLED) as a desk lamp was experimentally investigated by quantitatively comparing its two-dimensional (2D) optical intensity profile to that of a traditional 3M desk lamp equipped with optical diffuser. The 2D optical distribution patterns as the function of vertical distances to a surface of a five-inch diagonal WOLED were obtained by using rapid rotating measurement technique consisted of a sample holder on a rotational stage and a fixed photo detector with optical power meter. The 2D optical intensity profile on a surface can be rapidly established in a relatively small space by recording the reading from the fixed photo detector as rotating the sample holder. This rapid measurement technique is suitable for practical application in quality engineering without larger space. A WOLED is a compact and thin lighting source with planar device structure without additional optical components. Its optical intensity profile on a plane is expected to be different from traditional lighting sources. The optical distribution pattern of a desk lamp requires a relatively large area on a surface with relatively uniformed intensity distribution. The quantitative analysis of the similarity between WOLED and 3M desk lamp was conducted by comparing the optimal zones defined as the area within 75% of the maximum intensity in 2D optical distribution pattern. Our preliminary result showed that the optimal zone of a five-inch diagonal WOLED at 45cm vertical distance is highly similar to that of the 3M desk lamp with optical diffuser.
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Henglong Yang, Henglong Yang, Yu-Hen Cheng, Yu-Hen Cheng, Ming-Hong Chen, Ming-Hong Chen, Yu-Hsuan Lin, Yu-Hsuan Lin, "The two-dimensional optical pattern of a five inch diagonal white organic light emitting diode by rapid rotating measurement", Proc. SPIE 9941, Organic Light Emitting Materials and Devices XX, 99411V (23 September 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2236581; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2236581


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