Computational study of power conversion and luminous efficiency performance for semiconductor quantum dot nanophosphors on light-emitting diodes
Demir, H. V.
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Optical Society of America
We present power conversion efficiency (PCE) and luminous efficiency (LE) performance levels of high photometric quality white LEDs integrated with quantum dots (QDs) achieving an averaged color rendering index of >= 90 (with R9 at least 70), a luminous efficacy of optical radiation of >= 380 lm/W-opt a correlated color temperature of <= 4000 K, and a chromaticity difference dC <0.0054. We computationally find that the device LE levels of 100, 150, and 200 lm/W-elect can be achieved with QD quantum efficiency of 43%, 61%, and 80% in film, respectively, using state-of-the-art blue LED chips (81.3% PCE). Furthermore, our computational analyses suggest that QD-LEDs can be both photometrically and electrically more efficient than phosphor based LEDs when state-of-the-art QDs are used. (C) 2012 Optical Society of America
Erdem, T., Nizamoglu, S., & Demir, H. V. (2012). Computational study of power conversion and luminous efficiency performance for semiconductor quantum dot nanophosphors on light-emitting diodes. Optics express, 20(3), 3275-3295.