Our TADF technology

Our highly efficient OLED materials are based on the TADF (thermally activated delayed fluorescence) technology, enabling highest OLED performance: TADF combines the advantages of phosphorescence (high efficiency) and fluorescence (lifetime). CYNORA’s materials are designed to withstand the electrical stress within the OLED and are thus ideally suited for stable and efficient blue emitters. By using them in an OLED device, the power consumption of the OLED display can be significantly reduced. The TADF technology can be used efficiently for all OLED colors red, green and blue, which has not been accomplished so far by any other technology. Next to blue TADF emitters, CYNORA expects to meet the market requirements for green and red in the next years.

Compatible with the current production processes

Higher display resolution

Reduced power consumption and longer battery operation

Metal-free materials

Patent protected materials

2x longer battery operation in portable displays

The TADF technology covers different approaches

Why efficient blue emitters?

Due to the lower efficiency of the widely used blue fluorescent emitters, today´s blue OLED pixels consume much more power than the red and green ones. Using CYNORA´s high efficiency blue emitters, the power consumption will be significantly decreased, leading to a considerably longer battery life for the consumer. In order to gain sufficient brightness in the OLED displays, using inefficient fluorescent emitters, relatively large blue pixel areas are required. In a smartphone, which contains red, green, and blue pixels, the blue pixel makes up to ~50% of the total area. By the use of our far more efficient blue emitters, OLED panel makers could significantly reduce the size of the blue pixels. The direct result is a higher display resolution.

Therefore, high efficiency in blue OLED emitters enable a significant reduction of the overall display power consumption and higher display resolution. A highly efficient blue is the most requested material by OLED display makers.