Koga, Japan
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Disclosed is an organic EL panel translucent substrate that can prevent or reduce the color gap/coloring of an organic EL panel. In order to achieve the above object, organic EL panel translucent substrate 201 is formed of resins 203 and 204 and is substantially optically isotropic in its in-plane direction and thickness direction.


The present invention provides a method for repairing an organic EL element and a method for manufacturing an organic EL panel that can reduce a production cycle time. A method for repairing an organic EL element includes an application step of repeatedly applying a pulse voltage having ON-period and OFF-period to an organic EL element. In the application step, the pulse voltage is a forward voltage or a reverse voltage, and the ON-period is equal to or longer than a time constant that is the product of an element capacity of the organic EL element and a wiring resistance including the element.


Provided is an organic EL illumination panel substrate, and a manufacturing method therefor, that improves the manufacturing efficiency and reduces the cost for an organic EL illumination panel substrate and that is capable of achieving an organic EL illumination panel with superior yields and reliability. The organic EL illumination panel substrate has a light transmitting substrate (11), a transparent electrode (12) and an auxiliary electrode (13). The transparent electrode (12) is arranged on one face of the light transmitting substrate (11). The auxiliary electrode (13) is electrically connected to the transparent electrode (12). On the light transmitting substrate (11), there is an insulating layer (14) at a position corresponding to an electrode lead-out section for an upper electrode of an organic EL layer that is disposed facing the transparent electrode (12) and that constitutes the organic EL illumination panel. There is a conductive layer between the light transmitting substrate (11) and the insulating layer (14).


The present invention provides an image-capturing device that reduces the effect of direct incident light on an image-capturing element and allows a high contrast image to be obtained. The present invention provides an image-capturing device including: an image-capturing element 11; a light emitting element 13; and an image data correction unit, wherein the light emitting element 13 irradiates a subject 14 with light, the image-capturing element 11 senses the light 16 reflected by the subject 14 and generates an image data, and the image data correction unit corrects the image data by subtracting incident light 15 directly entered into the image-capturing element 11 from the light emitting element 13 without being reflected by the subject 14 from the image data.


Disclosed is an organic electroluminescence element that can provide uniform light emission over the entire surface and also can reduce the risk of short circuit and leakage. An organic electroluminescence element 10 according to the present invention includes a substrate 1, a first electrode 2, a second electrode 5, an organic layer 4 including a light-emitting layer, and an auxiliary wiring layer 3. The first electrode 2, the organic layer 4, and the second electrode 5 are laminated on one surface of the substrate 1 in this order. The organic layer 4 is connected electrically to both the electrodes. The auxiliary wiring layer 3 is arranged at a position where the auxiliary wiring layer 3 is not in contact with the organic layer 4. The auxiliary wiring layer 3 is connected electrically to the second electrode 5 and is not in contact with the first electrode 2.


An organic EL light emitting device includes a transparent substrate, a transparent electrode film formed on the substrate, a positive electrode contact portion in contact with a part of the transparent electrode film and electrically connected therewith, an insulating layer formed on the transparent electrode film such that the an insulating layer covers a portion excluding a light emitting part, an organic light emitting layer formed on the transparent electrode film and on the insulating layer, a negative electrode film formed on the organic light emitting layer, a negative electrode contact portion in contact with at least a part of the negative electrode film and electrically connected therewith, and a protective layer for separating and electrically insulating the positive electrode contact portion and the transparent electrode film from the negative electrode contact portion.


Patent
NEC Lighting Ltd. | Date: 2014-09-04

Anodes of a plurality of organic EL elements are connected together. A forward bias voltage relative to the potential of anodes and a reverse bias voltage are alternately applied to cathodes of the plurality of organic EL elements at a predetermined period. The ratio of the time for which the reverse bias voltage is applied and the time for which the forward bias voltage is applied is increased.


[Problem to be Solved] Provided is a red emitting fluorescent material, which has a large excitation band and which is capable of efficiently emitting red fluorescence when excited by light emitted from an ultraviolet light emitting device and a blue light emitting device serving as an excitation source, in particular, even by use of an ultraviolet LED having an emission peak at near 390 nm to 400 nm, and which is capable of emitting red fluorescence when excited not only by ultraviolet and blue light from an ultraviolet light emitting device and a blue light emitting device but also by fluorescence emitted from a fluorescent material upon receipt these light beams, thereby emitting high brightness red light, and then, provided is a white light emitting device capable of emitting white light having excellent color reproducing and rendering properties. [Solution] The red emitting nitride fluorescent material of the present invention is represented by Formula (1): Sr_(1-x)AlSi_(4)N_(7):Eu_(x)(1) where x is a numerical value of greater than 0 to less than 1.


An organic EL light emitting device (100) comprises a transparent substrate (1), a transparent electrode film (2) formed on the substrate (1), a positive electrode contact portion (4) in contact with a part of the transparent electrode film (2) and electrically connected therewith, an insulating layer (7) formed on the transparent electrode film (2) such that the an insulating layer (7) covers a portion excluding a light emitting part, an organic light emitting layer (8) formed on the transparent electrode film (2) and on the insulating layer (7), a negative electrode film (9) formed on the organic light emitting layer (8), a negative electrode contact portion (5) in contact with at least a part of the negative electrode film (9) and electrically connected therewith, and a protective layer (3) for separating and electrically insulating the positive electrode contact portion (4) and the transparent electrode film (2) from the negative electrode contact portion (5). The transparent electrode film (2) is formed without a gap across an area including areas where the protective layer (3), the positive electrode contact portion (4), the negative electrode contact portion (5), the insulating layer (7), the organic light emitting layer (8) and the negative electrode film (9) are formed.


An organic EL light emitting device includes a transparent substrate, a transparent electrode film formed on the substrate, a positive electrode contact portion in contact with a part of the transparent electrode film and electrically connected therewith, an insulating layer formed on the transparent electrode film such that the an insulating layer covers a portion excluding a light emitting part, an organic light emitting layer formed on the transparent electrode film and on the insulating layer, a negative electrode film formed on the organic light emitting layer, a negative electrode contact portion in contact with at least a part of the negative electrode film and electrically connected therewith, and a protective layer for separating and electrically insulating the positive electrode contact portion and the transparent electrode film from the negative electrode contact portion.

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