TADF developer CYNORA has announced that it has extended its joint-development agreement with LG Display. The two companies have been co-developing deep-blue TADF OLED emitters for two years, and have now decided to continue the cooperation towards the commercialization of TADF emitters in OLED displays.
CYNORA's latest deep-blue material specification was presented in May 2018 - with a CIEy of 0.14, EQE of 20% and a lifetime of 20 hours LT97 at 700 nits. Cynora expects to have blue material in mass production by 2020. Cynora says that its TADF materials are suitable for both self-emitting or co-emitting approaches (which includes hyper-fluorescence).
Cynora also updated that while its focus is on deep-blue emitters for OLED TVs, it now also has plans to develop a sky-blue emitter for lighting applications. In 2017, Cynora said that after it'll finish developing a blue emitter it will start to develop red and green ones - but now Cynora announced that it has actually started to sample green TADF OLED emitter materials and has already shipped samples to OLED panel makers.