LG Oled TV, just for your eyes!

LG pockets some positive certifications for its latest MLA Oled or Meta Oled televisions.

With the amount of time we spend in front of screens, it is normal to worry about our eye health. LG would like to reassure us with new certifications recently received for its latest generation MLA Oled screens, also known as Meta Oled. Meta Oled technology is notably used on the LG G3, Panasonic MZ2000 or Philips OLED908 models.

The floor goes to LG Display

“UL Solutions, a global leader in applied safety science, has tested LG Display's third generation Oled TV panel for blue light wavelengths that can cause eye fatigue and sleep disturbances, LG announced Display. LG Display's Oled panel scored 36%, the lowest among all existing TV panels, and received a Platinum rating as well as the UL seal for low blue light emission. In comparison, the wavelengths of blue light emitted by conventional LCD televisions reach levels ranging from 70% to 80%.

LG Oled TV, certification Adapted to the circadian rhythm

Oled LG televisions are also the first to obtain “Circadian Rhythm Adapted” certification from TÜV Rheinland, given to products that “comply with standards aimed at minimizing their impact on people's quality of life during the day and promoting a healthy better sleep at night.”