Sunday, April 13, 2014

BMW Develops LED to Replace LED Lights

BMW developed a tech light organic light emitting diode ( OLED ) , for cars and motorcycles . Unlike LEDs , the lamp uses a thin semiconductor layer , which is made from organic polymers to produce light . Claimed , this technology will not be easy to make the lights more heat and energy efficient .

Explained , LED fluorescent angle of one point , so it looks less bright when viewed from another angle . That is why , the LED should use a reflector to reduce this effect , and make the area wider light beam . While OLED is able to fluoresce to a wider area without reducing the intensity of light and do not need reflectors .

OLEDs are very thin semiconductor layer , approximately 150 times thinner than a human hair . This layer is fastened with a conductive layer between two films of plastic or glass . In total , all the layers were only 0.8 to 1.5 mm thick .

Until now , OLED technology is not fully applicable to the motorcycle lights . Just enough light density and fitting is used as a back light . As for the brake lights and turn signal need help to make it bright enough . The solution , adding LEDs , when introducing the concept of the design of this lamp .

Back light OLED prototype has been implemented for the BMW K1600GTL . For the brake lights and turn signal given additional conventional LEDs . The composition of the " hybrid " makes the luminescence light becomes highly variable , even able to issue a three-dimensional effect .
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BMW said it could set up a motorcycle with light technology " OLED hybrid " in two or three years into the future . While in the longer term again , this German vehicle manufacturer will produce brake and turn signal lights , headlights even just with OLED technology .


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