Electroluminescent displays are Completely Transparent
The company Tasel is an atomic layer deposition specialist. Their other businesses include encapsulating flexible electronics, protecting OLEDs, solar cell surfaces passivation, x-ray machine moisture barriers and anti-tarnish treatment for jewelry, RFID tags and optical components. The Tasel-branded ELT15S technology, which is the fully transparent electroluminescent, has come out.
“Tasel displays combine the rugged and reliable build of thin-film electroluminescence with the unique freedom of designing a completely transparent display,” said the firm. “It is ideal for consumer electronics, architectural use and other fields where viewing experience and product aesthetics is of paramount importance.”
The firm also said, “If you coated a full-size football field with Beneq’s nClear moisture barrier, which is more commonly used for OLED encapsulation, less than a drop of water would infiltrate the whole surface in a day. That makes the coating a billion times better a moisture barrier than the typical alternatives.”
The firm also makes non-see-through matrix displays which response time is said to be under 1 ms regardless of temperature.
“Over the last 30 years, TFEL technology has proven its excellence in applications ranging from monitor and control instruments in deep-sea vessels to operation systems in orbital spacecraft. Besides these extremes, TFEL displays have found their way into countless other applications, where uncompromised reliable and accuracy are required,” said Beneq of Finland; where the transparent display is available.
ASAP Semiconductor distributes all parts for these projects and others related to electroluminescent technology.