An OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode), which emits light at a specific wavelength from electrons and electron holes by applying voltage to the organic thin film placed between anode and cathode, is a next-generation electronic element for display and lighting.
SE is developing fluorescent and phosphorescent host materials for the red light emitting layer of, and a phosphorescence dopant material suitable for, deposition-type low molecular OLEDs. We have already developed and are producing phosphorescent emitting materials offering high color purity, high efficiency and a long life cycle for use in next-generation OLEDs.
DSE has developed and is supplying this fluorescent host and fluorescence dopant material for the green light emitting layer of deposition-type low molecular OLEDs. We are also developing highly efficient and durable phosphorescent host materials for next-generation OLEDs.
A fluorescent host and fluorescence dopant material that is suitable for the blue light emitting layer of deposition-type low molecular OLEDs. DSE has developed and is mass producing materials offering high color purity and efficiency.
An electron hole injection layer material for the blue light emitting layer of deposition-type low molecular OLEDs. DSE is producing low drive voltage, high-efficiency and long-life materials with excellent layer forming and energy level characteristics.
A highly pure material used as an electron hole transfer layer material in deposition-type low molecular OLEDs. DSE supplies NPB, a universal HTL material widely used in OLEDs, and is developing a new HTL material with improved thermal stability.
A high efficiency, long life and low drive voltage material for the electron transfer layer of deposition type low molecular OLEDs with excellent electron mobility and energy level characteristics. DSE is designing and supplying optimized materials for its customers’ panel structures.