New Measurement Solutions for Solar Modules

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Schenk, leading supplier of inspection and measurement solutions for the thin film solar module production will officially launch the brand new SolarMeasure at the 23rd Photovoltaic Expo in Valencia.

With the new product family, Dr. Schenk extends the product range for the photovoltaic industry with even more innovative solutions for higher yield.

Whereas SolarInspect (available since Q2 2007) is a specialized vision system to detect local irregularities and defects on/in the substrate, the new SolarMeasure products perform electrical and physical measurements. Available as add-on option they are the perfect complementation to the optical inspection and customers will benefit from the one-solution concept. Some of the new products will also be available as stand-alone systems.

Visit Dr. Schenk at the 23rd Photovoltaic Expo in Valencia in hall 2 booth D10 and see the latest enhancements to SolarInspect and the brand new product release SolarMeasure!

Welcome to the 23rd EU PVSEC

The 23rd European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference (1st to 5th September 2008) and Exhibition (1st to 4th September 2008) will be held at the Feria Valencia in Valencia, Spain. Click the link below for more details.

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