Eur. Phys. J. Appl. Phys.
Volume 51, Number 3, September 2010
Focus on Flexible Organic Electronics
|Number of page(s)||3|
|Published online||02 September 2010|
Self-powered electrochromic display as an example for integrated modules in printed electronics applications
NTERA Limited, 58 Spruce Avenue, Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland
Corresponding author: email@example.com
Accepted: 7 June 2010
Published online: 2 September 2010
The growing market for flexible electronics devices is asking for reduction of manufacturing process complexity. One way to reduce complexity is to decrease the number of single components of a device by using integrated modules, i.e. device components providing multiple functions. In this article, the concept of a self-powered electrochromic graphics display device is demonstrated. The device is based on a three electrode system comprising an electrochromic electrode, a battery anode and a battery cathode, all in contact with a common electrolyte. The electrochromic electrode can be charged and discharged directly when connected to either the anode or cathode. Such a self-powered display integrates the functions of both a display and a battery. As part of a flexible electronics device, a self-powered display would be able to power other components, such as driver electronics.
© EDP Sciences, 2010
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