The incorporation of electroluminescence and electrochemiluminescence in one light-emitting device with the configuration of indium tin oxide (ITO)/[Ru(bpy)2(dimbpy)](PF6)2/Alq3(30 nm)/NPB(45 nm)/Ag(60 nm) is investigated. When the ITO and Ag electrodes are negatively and positively biased respectively, the color of the emission changes from green to light yellow-white within 100 s. So there is only one recombination zone in the bulk of the Alq3 at the initial stage of the operation, followed by the formation of another recombination zone in the bulk of the [Ru(bpy)2(dimbpy)](PF6)2. This directly indicates the existence of unipolar injection (electron injection) process in the ruthenium complex layer. The external quantum efficiency of the device is 1.4% compared with 0.45% of the ITO/[Ru(bpy)2(dimbpy)](PF6)2/Ag device, improved by twofold. Furthermore, this hybrid device provides a feasible way to control the emission of a wide spectrum of colors including red, green, yellow, and white.