'World’s first' single chip OLED lighting driver controller

15th July 2015
Posted By : Jordan Mulcare
'World’s first' single chip OLED lighting driver controller

 

Solomon Systech has launched the world’s first single chip OLED lighting driver controller. The SSD2355 enables ultra-slim, energy-efficient and smooth dimming control of OLED lighting as well as LED backlight applications.   

OLED is believed to be the technology for next-gen lighting, featuring superior colour temperature, lighting quality, flexibility in form factor, colors and sizes and also eco-friendly characteristics. With built-in DMX512 interfaces, SSD2355 simultaneously supports up to 255 OLED lighting panels with different address codes.

The controller has a dynamic output current of 5uA-1.2A with wide dimming depth of 18-bit and a programmable gamma setting. The distinctive features of the SSD2355 make it an effective solution not only for a wide variety of OLED lightings, but also enable a wide range of other usages, including LED backlight applications.

“Solomon Systech is highly committed to the development of OLED technology. We have been a market leader of PMOLED driver IC and we have also been developing AMOLED technology with leading panel makers. Now we have stepped into OLED lighting by launching the world’s first OLED lighting driver controller. We are dedicated to forge ahead to contribute to the advancement of this next-gen lighting technology with great market potential,” said Raymond Wang, Vice President, Business Operations, Solomon Systech.


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