Organic thin film transistors (OTFTs) are essentially interface devices whose performance is greatly influenced by the composition and characteristics of the interfaces. Transistors made on organic thin film.
OTFTs are three-terminal electrical devices that work similarly to conventional transistors in that they enable the control of the electrical current flowing between two electrodes (the source and drain) by the modulation of voltage (or current) at a third electrode (the gate).
The ability of organic thin-film transistor (OTFT) technology to benefit a variety of new applications in terms of electrical, mechanical, and industrial benefits can be attributed to its advantages of super mechanical flexibility, very low-temperature processing, and compatibility with low cost and high throughput manufacturing.
The Global Organic thin film transistor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Organic Thin Film Transistor (OTFT) application technology has been launched by CLAP. In the IoT Infrastructure Sector, CLAP is getting ready to set up an exhibition booth to display OTFT applications for transparent Micro LED and large-screen OLED mobile phones.
The German company BASF sold CLAP its OTFT material patents and technologies, and now CLAP owns its own organic semiconductor research fab and is working on application products.
With OTFT, it is feasible to produce devices on plastic films using a low-temperature method (below 120°C) and a variety of coating procedures (solution materials) without the need for expensive deposition equipment.
The possibilities of adopting OTFT as a driving substrate for Flexible Electronics, which needs flexible functions, is very high.
Solutions for IoT infrastructure can be found in OTFT, which offers a variety of form factors, including bendable, rollable, and wearable. Particularly environmentally beneficial is the OTFT manufacturing method.
Direct patterning of the TFT is made possible during the process if the organic semiconductor and insulator contain the photoreactive substance (CLAP’s Crosslinker: XL-100).
Using photoresist and reactive ion etching (RIE), the process can be slashed in half from the current method, producing an environmentally favourable result like low carbon emissions. One of CLAP OTFT’s unique solutions is this one.
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