Solar Simulator Flashlamps Test Photovoltaic Cells

Offered in variety of shapes in lengths up to 6 m, Solar Simulation Flashlamps are suitable for testing crystalline or thin-film materials.

Mercury-free units match requirements for simulators with output powers from 100-3,000 W. When used with appropriate optical filter, lamps can achieve ASTM E925-05, JIS C 8912-1989, IEC 904-09, and related international standards for Class A solar simulators. Units remain off until testing begins, eliminating undesired heat buildup.

600450 Solar Simulator Flashlamps Test Photovoltaic Cells
Date: 21 December 2007

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