Nationstar Optoelectronics: Self-developed MicroLED mass transfer technology is now in the stage of small batch verification

Nationstar Optoelectronics stated on the investor interaction platform that the company independently developed Micro LED mass transfer technology and is now in the stage of small batch verification. In September this year, Nationstar Optoelectronics announced the launch of the second-generation Micro LED new product-nStar II. nStar II is a 3.5-inch glass-based Micro LED full-color display with a pixel pitch of 300 microns (P0.3), which uses TFT driver to achieve an 8bit (256 grayscale) color depth display.

National Star Optoelectronics said that the nStar II glass-based active drive Micro LED display is to bond the Micro LED microchip to the glass substrate through mass transfer technology and uses TFT drive to achieve a high-definition screen display.

Nationstar Optoelectronics has made breakthroughs in a number of key technologies in the field of Micro LED, such as mass transfer, eutectic bonding, full-color quantum dots, detection and repair, and high-reliability packaging. The Mini / Micro LED field has applied for More than 100 invention patents.

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