Electroluminescent lighting is a solid-state electronic device that allows energy to build up within a thin phosphor layer that resides between two conductive panels. The energy is released as a glowing light with some of the characteristics of incandescent, florescent and LED lighting but also with unique characteristics that provide benefits unavailable in other light sources. The basic technology for producing EL lamps has been around for decades. Mixed as “ink”, the phosphorous is printed on a substrate (PET/polyester) with an ITO (Indium-Tin Oxide) layer. This sputter coated material becomes the conductive material on which the other printed passes begin to be layered on top. The EL lamp is printed on this coated side of the substrate in sizes matched to specific applications. Electrical components are attached and a power supply added to provide power to excite the phosphor causing it to glow.

The ELLUMILITE team has over 20 years experience in the development and manufacturability of EL products. During those years we worked closely with suppliers as beta sites. We have enhanced its durability, brightness and will make advantageous use of many of its attributes. We will continue to be on the forefront with new EL technology and the raw materials used for manufacturing EL.

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