Jumat, 30 Desember 2011

In 2009 Philips and now OSRAM have launched new Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) lighting products extending their efforts to deliver greener, energy efficient lighting. Philips’ Lumiblade lamp and OSRAM’s new ORBEOS lighting panel are the first commercially available OLED lamp products offering lighting designers the opportunity to explore and adopt this new form of light source. The ORBEOS OLED panel (below right) has an 80mm diameter lighting area, is 2.1 mm thick, and offers a luminous efficacy of 25 lm/W. ORBEOS lamp Now that we have a number of OLED lamps of various shapes and sizes, it will be interesting to see if lighting designers respond with creative yet saleable OLED lighting fixtures. OSRAM have set out their case for OLED lighting in an interesting slide presentation (Note: PDF). Included in their presentation are several OLED lighting fixture designs (examples below) that were entries in the 2009 PPML OLED design contest. The PPML OLED design contest provides a useful glimpse of designers’ ideas on applying OLED lighting. OSRAM’s presentation includes a slide describing their market development outlook for the OLED market for high end to high volume applications from 2009 through 2016 and beyond. And this is where it gets interesting. ORBEOS fixtures OLED lighting research and development have been ongoing in Europe, the US, and Asia since early in the present decade. European lighting firms Philips and OSRAM are working in government sponsored consortia with European universities and supply chain participants (BASF, Merck, Applied Materials, Novaled and others) to commercialize OLED lighting and reach mass production scale. Corresponding efforts have been ongoing in the US under the auspices of the US Department of Energy’s Solid State Lighting Program. Japan has a number of firms conducting OLED lighting materials and device development with companies including Lumiotec and Konica Minolta planning to begin mass production of OLED lamps in 2010 and later. Until recently, the South Korea OLED display leaders Samsung and LG have not appeared to be addressing the OLED lighting market. This situation is changing. Samsung Mobile Display in 2009 has begun showing lighting prototypes as shown in the photo below (left) from the May 2009 SID conference. Moreover, LG Chem has also begun to show OLED lighting panel prototypes (below right) and is reported to have plans to begin OLED lighting mass production in 2010 or 2011. Samsung and LG OLED Lighting The competitive landscape for OLED lighting is beginning to take shape. Multiple European and Asian firms are taking a firmer position on OLED lighting mass production. The US DOE program has identified the manufacturing issues for OLED lighting mass production in its September 2009 Solid State Lighting Manufacturing Roadmap. Although some large US headquartered companies including Kodak and GE have substantial OLED lighting related R&D programs, only GE has stated an intention to enter OLED lighting manufacturing. Looking forward, we see a bright future for efficient solid state lighting. And we will be looking to the above mentioned industry leaders and their supply chain partners for further progress toward mass production of OLED lighting.

Luxury Lighting Design Ideas
There is a fundamental change in the way people light up their living rooms and kitchens. Over the past five years the decorative trend in kitchens is orientated more towards cherry and mahogany furniture and moved away from the oak as the preferred material. To emphasize vision requires light red tones.
Luxury Lighting Design Ideas
People use built as the main lighting source, directed lighting to illuminate areas of active action, such as the area for cooking, lighting and high and low levels of drawers in the room with ambient light, which stresses them. Lamp added as decorative accents and often correspond to the stress or the chandelier in the living room, especially if the premises are located close to each other.
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Recognizing the emergence of new markets, manufacturers of lighting fixtures adapt their most popular products for external use, such as materials used for elements that can resist the external impact.
Luxury Lighting Design Ideas
Lighting industry has directed attention to the external lighting this year. Nowadays, people spend more of their time out of their balconies, decking, patios, and since they are a continuation of the house must be properly illuminated.
Luxury Lighting Design Ideas
Chandeliers, wall bracket lamps and desktop tables are made of cast aluminum, which is more durable, not corosion not rust and it can make any shapes, sizes and colors. Portable lamps and table lamps that need to be included are a special system which is not sufficient to make a short circuit or cause a fire in wetting.
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Landscape lighting is also becoming more decorative. Until recently, the lighting, which led to your house, and was generally unattractive.Luxury With all the decorative possibilities today we can use it to demonstrate the exquisite taste of the guests or their neighbors before they have passed our threshold.
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We must not forget energy efficiency! Industry as a whole, the particular emphasis at the moment. Many companies have new decorative chandeliers, Pendants and table lamps, which work with fluorescent bulbs instead of electric. Fluorescent bulbs are more durable and are regulated so that use less energy than electric.

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