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OEL

(Organic Electroluminescent Device) See OLED.
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During the OEL project, some system designs had to be changed even before implementation was complete, and several systems became outmoded shortly after implementation.
Free of harmful substances such as mercury, the OEL panels are expected to outperform fluorescent tubes in power efficiency, ultimately contributing to the reduction of CO2 emission through energy savings.
In addition, at no additional cost, OEL Fastrac monographs contain the acceptable daily exposure limit (ADE) required under Risk-MaPP.
An example OEL calculation (expressed in milligrams or micrograms per cubic meter of air) is shown as:
In August OEL announced funding from Barclays to support the opening of its Aberdeen office.
OEL will acquire a 60- to 100-per-cent stake in Hong Kong firm Allied Resources for between S$22.
OEL panels are known for their thinness, brightness and low electricity consumption, but are currently used mainly for small displays such as mobile phones because they are difficult to make large.
Sony said it will produce the OEL display panels at a joint venture with Toyota Industries Corp.
The company has unveiled the prototype of a 13-inch active-matrix OEL screen it wants to mass produce by 2003, with costs and dimensions to match the increasingly ubiquitous liquid crystal display (LCD) panels - but thinner, lighter and with a better picture.
Industry's First(7) Area-Color Organic Electroluminescence (OEL) Display - Two high-visibility Area-Color OEL displays provide outstanding visibility for the pitch, playback time and position information.
OEL Holdings has inked a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MOU) for acquiring a stake in a company indirectly involved with China oil giant PetroChina in developing two oilfields in China's Jilin province.
5 million OEL displays in terms of cellphone screens at its Ishikawa Prefecture factory in October.