LED Chip Smaller Than 20 Micrometers

Lextar Electronics’ latest Micro LED chip measures under 20 µm and achieves a luminous efficiency greater than 30%. Lextar also announces its R/G/B Micro LED chip and color conversion Micro LED chip and a series of Mini LED products, including UFP I-Mini RGB display module (Ultra Fine Pitch Integrated Mini RGB Display Module) that transfers mini RGB chips onto drive circuit substrates. Not only does this combine traditional SMT and chip level packaging technology, it integrates both a control circuit and LED display chips.

 

The UFP I-Mini RGB display module can realize a minimal pitch to 0. 3mm, allowing high image quality and simplified processes. It is suitable for use at indoor and semi-outdoor events. In terms of backlight application, Lextar offers mini LED light boards for 32-inch and 15.6-inch panels. It can realize HDR 1,000 nits high dynamic contrast, and make panels significantly slimmer, reducing the OD area down to under 0.3 mm. It is applicable for high-end notebooks, gaming monitors, and automotive panels.

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