The German PV testing tools supplier mentioned the brand new Sinus-3000 Professional line is an ‘all-in-one system’ able to energy measurement, bypass diode testing, insulation testing, visible inspection, and electroluminescence measurements. It additionally provides the Sinus-3000 Superior line for testing perovskite-silicon tandem, multi-junction and different new materials cells.
German PV testing tools provider, Wavelabs Photo voltaic Metrology Methods GmbH, has launched two new photo voltaic simulators primarily based on its mild emitting diode (LED) flasher expertise, one for module manufacturing strains, and the opposite for analysis laboratories.
Wavelabs developed the Sinus-3000 Professional line for producers who desire a “quick, cost-effective” module identification instrument. It may be configured as an “all-in-one system” to carry out energy measurements, bypass diode testing, insulation testing, visible inspection, and electroluminescence measurements. Appropriate for high-efficiency cell applied sciences, corresponding to heterojunction (HJT) and tunnel oxide passivated contact (TOPCon) expertise, it may be used with a rear-side flasher to check bifacial modules.
The Sinus-3000 Professional shall be bought in Europe, the Center East and North Africa, the Americas Asia Pacific, and India, in line with the corporate.
The analysis laboratory-oriented instrument, Sinus-3000 Superior, was developed to check perovskite-silicon tandem, multi-junction and different new materials cells. It has as much as forty-five LED modules with twenty-six individually managed LED channels within the primary configuration and offers steady illumination, number of spectra, and switch of sunshine power.
The Sinus-3000 Superior emerged from a collaboration between UK-based tandem photo voltaic cell pioneer, Oxford PV, the German Fraunhofer Institute for Photo voltaic Power Methods (ISE), and Wavelabs. “It is very important present very correct and reproducible measurements for rising applied sciences corresponding to perovskite-silicon tandem photo voltaic cells as quickly as potential with the intention to have a aggressive goal,” mentioned Prof. Stefan Glunz, Division Director for Photovoltaic Applied sciences, Fraunhofer ISE, in an announcement.
Wavelabs shall be exhibiting the tools at Intersolar Europe this week in Munich, Germany
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