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structures. The features are con- cave so that imprinting/embos- sing into a polymer film forms a microlens array in a low cost and feasible manner. Microlens arrays are flat optical elements which can be used to control the directional output of light sources and light units. Microlens arrays can be ap- plied within e.g. homogenisation of light, control of angular distribution of light, output coupling in LEDs / OLEDs / Lasers and input coupling of solar radiation into solar cells. The new standard stamp is delivered in Nickel within 3 weeks from ordering at a price of only EUR 6,000.
„We are proud to be recognized for the successful development of our Novaled PIN OLED®
and the continuous growth of the company”, says Harry Boehme, CFO Novaled AG. “Our efforts for developing highly efficient and long living solutions for the next generation display and lighting products are supported a lot by receiving the cleantech award. At the same time the award emphasizes the excellent reputation Novaled has earned among cleantech companies and investors.” Beside Novaled there are winners in two other categories. The award for Excellence in the Field of Environmental Technology Research went to Sun Catalytix (USA). The award for Excellence in the Field of Environmental Technology Commercialization went to Oxford Catalysts.
ovaled in Germany is a winner of the
CleanEquity Award 2010. H.S.H Prince Albert
II of Monaco presented the award to the winner at the international conference for Cleantech Specialists CleanEquity Monaco 2010 on March, 5th. Together with some 40 other young and promising technology companies from four different continents Novaled has been preselected to present in front of more than 250 investment and cleantech specialists as well as politicians and journalists. By introducing Novaled’s business field, a convincing company concept and an outstanding revenue potential Novaled succeeded and won the award for Excellence in the Field of Environmental Technology Development.
Furthermore, at the 2010 Light + Building in Frank- furt, Germany, Novaled will be introducing its in- novative long life organic LEDs from April 11 to 16. These new area light sources not only deliver unique design possibilities, but also enable completely new lighting applications by emitting light from a surface. OLED light is perceived as being very natural due to the broad emission spectra of the organic materials. In addition, Novaled OLEDs provide a very high quality light with a CRI of up to 95. A range of OLED lighting from warm white to clear cold white will be exhibited. Furthermore, colours such as deep oran- ge, rich red and intense blue will be shown. Colour tunable OLEDs which cover a broad span of colours from light blue through clear white and all the way to orange will also be introduced. The OLED devices which are manufactured on glass and metal sub- strates, are extremely thin, lightweight and come in various sizes from 25 cm2
up to 225 cm2