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LEDs Come In Rainbow Colours
Jan 03, 2017

Previously the only way to achieve non-standard LED colours was to use RGB colour mixing, which involves three times as many chips, complex wiring and requires drive circuitry to control the relative channel levels.

OMC’s  Active Reflector Technology uses photon wavelength up-conversion to produce colours and pastel shades.

The first backlights are available in crimson red, rose pink, a strong red-orange, bright orange, amber yellow, pastel yellow, high brightness yellow/green, vivid green, deep green, electric green-blue, a classic rich LED blue and a strong, bright shade of magenta.

The backlights use only one wavelength of emitter per backlight, so there is no requirement to mix multiple LED wavelengths, reducing design complexity and costs.

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