Henny Meena. lamp. June 07th , 2017.
On the other hand, OLED technology is still in its infancy, and new solutions appear on the market constantly. There are plenty of issues that need research for it to become a reliable, long-term solution for either lighting or displays. One of its disadvantages is its rather short lifespan. Blue OLED components only have the lifetime of 14 000 hours, which is about 8 years with regular use of the display. This is too little compared to current solutions available on the market (LED, LCD), and more expensive as well. Also, since blue components lose their lifespan faster than other components, their visibility is a difficulty. Blue light is more difficult to detect by the human eye, so they need to be generally more powerful. The problem has been solved so far with optimizing the colour ratio within a pixel, to balance out the differences in lifespan. Also blue light is set as more intensive, often resulting in an artificial-looking picture on the display. Further issues can be water resistance (as OLEDs are ruined by water instantly, so their outdoor performance hugely depends on the constructions IP rating); the high power consumption of white light displays; or screen burn-in, which can happen due to the differing lifespan of the colours.
The good news is that technology today is so sophisticated that many of these lighting types are stimulated with motion sensors. Thus, it makes the lamps energy efficient and inexpensive. The sensors allow the lights to be powered on at dusk and off at dawn. Wireless devices are also available wherein the power source can be mounted even without having a nearby electrical outlet or underground wiring.
Excessive artificial lighting can cause rooms to appear overly bright, which actually hurts our eyes and can cause us to feel nervous and on edge in the space.
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