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REPORT # Nano-541 PUBLISHED May 29, 2012
LED Phosphor Markets – 2012
CATEGORIES :
  • Advanced Materials
  • SUMMARY

    This new NanoMarkets report provides an in-depth analysis and forecast of the LED phosphor market in the next eight years.  It builds off the extensive experience that NanoMarkets has in the area of solid-state lighting and related materials. 

    This report examines the latest market strategies, products and technical developments in the area of LED phosphors.  We identify how performance improvements are likely to help grow addressable markets for phosphors, with an especial focus on general illumination, outdoor/street lighting and backlighting and where the opportunities are to be found to make money in the LED phosphor market.

    The report also includes NanoMarkets’ assessments of the strategies of leading firms active in the LED phosphors space.  And, as always with NanoMarkets reports, this report contains granular eight-year forecasts of the inorganic LED phosphors shipments in volume and value terms, with breakouts by type of phosphor.  This report is required reading, not just for strategy planners at phosphor firms, but for those throughout the solid-state lighting industry.

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Executive Summary
    E.1 Key opportunities for LED phosphors
    E.1.1 General illumination
    E.1.2 Outdoor lighting
    E.1.3 Other
    E.2 Firms to watch in LED phosphors
    E.3 Thoughts on China as a supplier and user of LED phosphors
    E.3 Summary of eight-year forecasts for LED phosphors

    Chapter One: Introduction
    1.1 Background to this report
    1.2 Objectives and scope of this report
    1.3 Methodology of this report
    1.4 Plan of this report

    Chapter Two:  Inorganic Phosphors: Materials, Technologies and Products
    2.1 Standard conversion: Blue LEDs with Ce-YAG coatings
    2.2 White phosphors
    2.3 UV and NUV strategies
    2.4 CCT and the warm white technology gap
    2.5 Phosphor-on-LED vs. Remote Phosphor Coatings
    2.6 Emerging phosphor strategies
    2.6.1 Thin-film phosphors
    2.6.2 Glass phosphors
    2.6.3 Nanophosphors
    2.7 Alternatives to better phosphors
    2.7.1 RGB LED combinations
    2.7.2 QD-coated LEDs
    2.8 Health and safety concerns in LED phosphors
    2.9 Key points made in this chapter

    Chapter Three:  LED Phosphors: Value Chains, Opportunities and Challenges
    3.1 General and architectural lighting markets
    3.1.1 Consumer dissatisfaction with LED lighting
    3.1.2 Regional differences in lighting tastes and what it means for the phosphor market
    3.1.3 CRI and CCT goals and impact on the LED phosphor market
    3.1.4 Which phosphors will succeed and when?
    3.2 Outdoor/street lighting
    3.2.1 Current and future CRI and CCT requirements for street lighting
    3.2.2 Current and future CRI and CCT requirements for other outdoor lighting
    3.3 LED backlights
    3.3.1 Light uniformity and its impact on the phosphor market
    3.3.2 Edge-lit LCDs and phosphors
    3.4 Other markets for LED phosphors
    3.4.1 Specialty lighting
    3.4.2 Audiovisual and theater lighting
    3.5 Major challenges
    3.5.1 The rare earth supply problem: consequences and opportunities
    3.5.2 Manufacturing challenges for phosphors
    3.5.3 Potential health and safety issues with phosphors
    3.6 Key points made in this chapter

    Chapter Four: LED Phosphors Markets and Forecasts
    4.1 Forecasting methodology
    4.1.1 Pricing Assumptions
    4.2 Eight-Year forecasts of LED phosphors by application
    4.3 Eight-Year forecasts of LED phosphors by type of phosphor material/technology
    4.4 Alternative scenarios

    Acronyms and abbreviations used in this report
    About the author

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