Products and Projects

Prototypes from LunaLEC are available in limited quantities, and with significant delivery times.

We are still developing the manufacturing process, which means that we can provide prototypes from the old, manual process. Deliveries will be limited, but will enable you to test LECs in your developing applications and devices.

The products may not be resold to consumers, only for development purposes for qualifying customers. Pricing is not at all reflecting price of future products, as pricing is expected to drop by order(s) of magnitude.


  • 15 mm x 15 mm glass substrate
  • 8 mm x 8 mm lit area
  • ~800 Cd/m2 @ 8 mA
  • 3.0-6.0 V DC
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  First 2 devices € 50/piece
Next 10 devices € 70/piece


  • 100 mm x 100 mm glass substrate
  • 64 mm x 64 mm lit area
  • ~200 Cd/m2
  • 3.0-6.0 V DC


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First 2 devices € 100/piece
Next 10 devices € 165/piece


  • approx. 20 mm x 42 mm
    plastic substrate
  • approx. 8 mm x 20 mm lit area
  • ~200 Cd/m2
  • 4.5-6.0 V DC

The lower pictures shows an example of
how it can be integrated with an RFID
antenna and driven by an NFC reader


€ 50/device


Prices EXW Umeå, Sweden, excluding VAT.


Development Projects

If you have a desire for a specific shape, wavelength or energy output, please contact us and we can offer development projects  that would fit your needs.

Ongoing Projects

Currently LunaLEC is among other things working on a project to provide flexible strips with NIR-emitting capabilities. If this is of interest to you as a user or a component supplier please contact us. This project is supported by a development grant from Vinnova, the Swedish Innovation Agency, financed in part by the European Union, through the European Regional Development Fund.


The company has previously been supported by SIO Grafen, a strategic innovation program supporting the industrial graphene development in Sweden. The program was supported by the Swedish government agencies Vinnova, Energimyndigheten and Formas. The SIO Grafen supported LunaLEC and its partner “Nano for Energy” at Umeå University in the development of electrodes comprising graphene.