Panasonic launches 55-inch transparent OLED panels for home, shop and office


Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:36 pm

Panasonic launches 55-inch transparent OLED panels for home, shop and office

Science fiction films often use the concept of data visualization in the form of images or videos floating in the air on the surfaces of mirrors, windows, or furnishings. Panasonic proposes not to wait for the future and change the perception of visual culture today. The company begins shipping 55-inch modular OLED panels that can be completely transparent without covering up what’s behind them.


Panasonic’s transparent modular panels will begin shipping this December. The price has not yet been determined. The first markets for transparent OLEDs will be Japan and the countries of Asia and Oceania (Taiwan, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand). The modules will be produced in two types: TP-55ZT110 with dimming rear unit and TP-55ZT100 without dimming. The first one guarantees rich colors and high contrast, but in the process of darkening the module loses transparency, and the second one remains transparent, but the contrast and colors on it will be modest.

Both frameless panels can be assembled into composite displays. Two connections are allowed on the short side and “endless” on the long side. Installation of panels, according to Panasonic, will not be difficult. The power supply is presented in the form of a separate box with sides 210 × 60 × 305 and weighing 1.75 kg. The weight of the TP-55ZT100 panel without shading unit will be 8 kg, while the TP-55ZT110 panel with shading will be 14 kg. The latter, by the way, is thicker – 7.6 mm. The non-dimmed panel is only 3.8mm thick.

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The manufacturer offhand suggests using transparent OLED panels to decorate shop windows, in museums, and in apartments. In the latter case, the panels can serve as a window, remaining transparent when turned off and showing something useful or beautiful when turned on. True, the consumption of one active panel reaches 292 W. It doesn’t really fit in with today’s call for energy efficiency.

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