This is a very standard LED. The lens is 3mm in diameter, and is diffused.
1.8-2.2VDC forward drop
Max current: 20mA
Suggested using current: 16-18mA
Luminous Intensity: 150-200mcd
Tech Tin Files: Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs)
In an organic light-emitting diode (OLED), the electroluminescent material comprising the emissive layer of the diode
is an organic compound. The organic material is electrically conductive due to the delocalization of pi electrons
caused by conjugation over all or part of the molecule, and the material therefore functions as an organic semiconductor.
The organic materials can be small organic molecules in a crystalline phase, or polymers.
The potential advantages of OLEDs include thin, low-cost displays with a low driving voltage,
wide viewing angle, and high contrast and color gamut. Polymer LEDs have the added benefit of
printable and flexible displays. OLEDs have been used to make visual displays for portable
electronic devices such as cellphones,
digital cameras, and MP3 players while possible future uses include lighting and televisions.