OLED, QLED, and NLED
OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) technology, well known for producing light emitted by TV screens and mobile devices, is a technology based on organic molecules which emit light when charged with electricity.
QLED (Quantum Light Emitting Diode) technology, also a technology designed for screens, uses quantum dot nanoparticles to filter blue LED light into white light. The white light is then passed through filters to form the red, green, and blue pixels on your screen.
NLED (Natural Light Emitting Diode) technology is a new generation of lighting technology designed to simulate natural light as closely as possible. It works by passing blue LED light through a nanotech phosphor. Sunlight, the ideal light source, is rated at 100 CRI. Most LED products found on store shelves are rated around 80-90 CRI. EyeMate NLEDs reliably produce 96+ CRI.
NLED: the Future of LED Lighting
Natural Light Emitting Diode technology (NLED) is an engineering solution pioneered in the field of nanotechnology. The mission of NLED is to simulate sunlight as effectively as possible while retaining the sustainability features of traditional LEDs.