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FYTRONIX 9712 SOLAR SIMULATOR

Specifications

  • Class AAA solar simulator (350-1100nm)
  • Light sources

Life time

Xenon lamp 1500 h

Hybrid lamp 12000 h

LED 10000h

Metal Halide Lamp 6000h


Life time of light source is the most important parameter in solar simulator selection.

Why

Life of Xenon lamp is about 2 months

Life of Hybrid lamp is about 1 year and 4 months

Life of LED is about 1 year and 6 months 

Life of metal halide lamp is about 8 months


  • Built-in AM1.5G filter
  • Flexible illumination by light guide
  • Automatically  adjustable light intensity from 1 W/cm2 to 1000 W/m2 
  •         Optical axis alignment
  • External controller
  • USB remote control

                                 CURRENT-VOLTAGE  CHARACTERISTICS 

Automatically Current-voltage characteristics from 0.1 W/m2 -1000 W /m2

Power-voltage (P-V) from 0.1 W/m2 -1000 W /m2 

lnI-V voltage characteristics

Short circuit current-Intensity measurements

Analysis of photovoltaic mechanism of solar cell 

                                 PHOTOTRANSIENT CHARACTERISTICS 

Photocurrent-time  (I-t) under various light intensities 

Automatically open circuit voltage-time  (Voc-t) under various light intensities 

Life of solar cell measurements



FULL AUTOMATIC SOLAR IV CHARACTERIZATION SYSTEM


FYTRONIX  9712 SOLAR SIMULATOR



Solar Simulator system automatically measures current-voltage (I-V) under various light intensities










Specifications

  1. Class AAA solar simulator (350-1100nm)
  2. Light sources

Life time

Xenon lamp 1500 h

Hybrid lamp 12000 h

LED 10000h

Metal Halide Lamp 6000h


Life time of light source is the most important parameter in solar simulator selection.

Why

Life of Xenon lamp is about 2 months

Life of Hybrid lamp is about 1 year and 4 months

Life of LED is about 1 year and 6 months 

Life of metal halide lamp is about 8 months


  1. Built-in AM1.5G filter
  2. Flexible illumination by light guide
  3. Automatically  adjustable light intensity from 1 W/cm2 to 1000 W/m2 
  4. optical axis alignment
  5. External controller
  6. USB remote control


CURRENT-VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS 

Automatically Current-voltage characteristics from 0.1 W/m2 -1000 W /m2

Power-voltage (P-V) from 0.1 W/m2 -1000 W /m2 

lnI-V voltage characteristics

Short circuit current-Intensity measurements

Analysis of photovoltaic mechanism of solar cell 

PHOTOTRANSIENT CHARACTERISTICS 

Photocurrent-time  (I-t) under various light intensities 

Automatically open circuit voltage-time  (Voc-t) under various light intensities 

Life of solar cell measurements



Solar simulator is calibrated according to IEC STANDARTS

ASTM E927-10 Standard Specification for Solar Simulation for Photovoltaic Testing 

ASTM E948-09 Standard Test Method for Electrical Performance of Photovoltaic Cells Using Reference Cells Under Simulated Sunlight 

ASTM E973-10 Standard Test Method for Determination of the Spectral Mismatch Parameter Between a Photovoltaic Device and a Photovoltaic Reference Cell
ASTM E1021-12 Standard Test Method for Spectral Responsivity Measurements of Photovoltaic Devices 

ASTM E1143-05 (Reapproved 2010) Standard Test Method for Determining the Linearity of a Photovoltaic Device Parameter with Respect To a Test Parameter
ASTM E1362-10 Standard Test Method for Calibration of Non- Concentrator Photovoltaic Secondary Reference Cells 

ASTM G138-12 Standard Test Method for Calibration of a Spectroradiometer Using a Standard Source of Irradiance

ASTM G177-03 (Reapproved 2112) Standard Tables for Reference Solar Ultraviolet Spectral Distributions: Hemispherical on 37° Tilted Surface 

IEC 68091 Ed. 2.0 (2009-12) Standard Photovoltaic devices Procedures for temperature and irradiance corrections to measured I-V characteristics
IEC 60904-1 Ed. 2.0 (2006-09) Measurement of photovoltaic current-voltage characteristics 

IEC 60904-2 Ed. 2.0 (2007-03) Requirements for reference solar devices
IEC 60904-3 Ed. 2.0 (2008-04) Measurement principles for terrestrial photovoltaic (PV) solar devices with reference spectral irradiance data 

IEC 60904-4 Ed. 2.0 (2007-03) Reference solar devices - Procedures for establishing calibration traceability
IEC 60904-7 Ed. 3.0 (2008-11) Computation of the spectral mismatch correction for measurements of photovoltaic devices IEC 60904-8 Ed. 2.0 (1998-02) Measurement of spectral response of a photovoltaic (PV) device 

IEC 60904-9 Ed. 2.0 (2007-10) Solar simulator performance requirements
JIS C 8912 (1998) through Amendment 2 (2011) Solar simulators for crystalline solar cells and modules 

JIS C 8913 (1998) Measuring method of output power for crystalline solar cells 










Solar Simulator system automatically measures power-voltage (P-V) under various light intensities



TECHNICAL DATA AND CALIBRATION RESULTS

PHOTOVOLTAIC I-V TEST RESULTS





LSS SOLAR IV CHARACTERIZATION SYSTEM includes


SOLAR SIMULATOR

I-V CHARACTERIZATION SYSTEM, SOURCEMETER

SAMPLE HOLDER 

CONNECTIONS 


SOFTWAREs

Solar IV characterization Software

Solar Life-Time Software

Transient photocurrent software

Photovoltaic mechanism analysis software


Solar Cell I-V Characterization System

This system analyze all photovoltaic and photoconducting characteristics of all solar cells such Dye sensitized solar cell, quantum dots solar cells, Organic solar Cells, Silicon Solar cells, Thin films solar Cells under various solar light intensities from 0.1 W/cm2 to 1500 W/m2



This system is a complete current-voltage (I-V), current-time (I-t) and power-voltage (P-V) measurement environment. 

The system contains the following elements:

- Maintenance Free Solar Simulator (FSS)

I-V system, source meter

Voltage range: -10 V to +10 V

Current range: 10 nA  to 150 mA

-  I-V Solar IV  software

- Solar cell probes

- Solar cell probes 

- Calibrated Reference solar cell

Factory calibrated AM1.5G spectral match

User storable spectrum

User configurable intensity offset

Front panel LED Fault indication

USB Communications

Meets Class AAA specification for IEC 60904-9, JIS C 8912, and ASTM E 927-05

2” X 2” illumination area at 1 sun

Standoff distance of 8” (203 mm) nominal or variable

Height adjustment from -0.6” to 4.6” (-15 mm to 117 mm) from the working plane

PV Cell Placement Indicator

Easy-Adjust light adjustment

Can be mounted pointing up, down, or to the side with 90o rotational accessory Temperature controlled for stable output









FULL AUTOMATIC SOLAR SIMULATOR


LSS SOLAR SIMULATOR 

Wavelength

220-2200 nm

Automatically intensity light Control 

0.1 to 1000 W/m2 (0.1 to 1.0 sun or more) by a certain step

Power Requirements 

100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 300W 

Operating Temp Range 

20oC to 30o

Humidity 

<85%, relative, non-condensing 

Certificate

ISO 9001 :2015, CE CERTIFICATE

Illumination Area 

2”X2” (51mmX51mm) 

Total Power Output 

(1.0 sun) 

Uniformity Classification

A - IEC 60904-9 2007, JIS C 8912,
ASTM E 927-05 

Temporal Stability

Spectral Match


Operating Temp Range 

20oC to 30o



Collimated Beam Solar Simulator along with IV- measurement analyzer, EPS Power Supply,150W

- Uniformity: < 5%

- Uniformity Classification: B

- Spectral Match Classification: A

- Spectral Range: 220-2200 (nm)

- Temporal Stability Classification: A

- Power Level: 1 sun

- Center Beam Line Height: 137 (mm)

- Output Power: 100-150 (W)

- Operating Current: 5-12 (A)

- Stability / Ripple / Regulation: 0.05% / < 1% / 0.02% current variation for 5V line

charge

- Air Mass Filter and Downward Facing Stand for Solar Simulator

- Solar Cell I-V Test System

- Voltage Source:  ±10 V

- Current Measurement: 10 nA to 150 mA

- Substrate Size: 20 mm x 15 mm

Probe station for sample holding

LSS solar simulator generates a continuous light spectrum corresponding to a class AAA spectrum. This system is designed to illuminate any type of solar cell up to 25 x 25 mm or more. LSS solar simulator generates a continuous light spectrum whose intensity varies from 1 W/m2 to 1000 W/m2.  The simulator and I-V measurement system are controlled by the computer. 


Common Measurements made in I/V Characterization of photovoltaic devices


Dark I/V measurements are commonly used to analyze the electrical characteristics of solar cells. Dark I/V measurements are more sensitive than light I/V measurements in determining parameters such as series resistance, shunt resistance, diode factor, and diode saturation currents. 


Solar simulator automatically determine the photovoltaic parameters as follows

Open circuit voltage (Voc)

Short Circuit current (Isc)

Fill factor (FF)

Voltage at Pmax (Vmax)

Current at Pmax (Imax

Maximum power output (Pmax)

Shunt resistance (Rsh) •

Series resistance (Rs) •

Characteristic  resistance of solar cell (Rch) •

Photoreponse (RR)

 Solar cell efficiency (n)

Solar simulator automatically determine the photovoltaic mechanism like monomolecular recombination mechanism, supra linear mechanism and etc.







LSS SOLAR SIMULATOR SYSTEM measures the followings


I-V CHARACTERISTICS UNDER VARIOUS SOLAR LIGHT INTENSITY


Solar Simulator system is controlled automatically by computer 

Solar Simulator system adjusts automatically the intensity of light 0.1 W/m2 -1000 W /m2  by any step, for example from 1 W/m2 to 1000 W/m2 with 1 W/m2.

Solar Simulator system automatically measures current-voltage (I-V) under various light intensities 

Solar Simulator system automatically measures power-voltage (P-V) under various light intensities 

Solar Simulator system automatically analyses photovoltaic mechanism  (I-V) under various light intensities 


PHOTOTRANSIENT CHARACTERISTICS UNDER VARIOUS SOLAR LIGHT INTENSITY


Solar Simulator system automatically measures photo transient current-time  (I-t) under various light intensities 

Solar Simulator system measures automatically open circuit voltage-time  (Voc-t) under various light intensities 

Solar Simulator system measures automatically short current-time  (Isc-t) under various light intensities 


SOLAR SIMULATOR 9712

  • Product Code: SOLAR_SIMULATOR_9712
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This system analyze all photovoltaic and photoconducting characteristics of all solar cells such Dye sensitized solar cell, quantum dots solar cells, Organic solar Cells, Silicon Solar cells, Thin films solar Cells under various solar light intensities from 0.1 W/cm2 to 1500 W/m2.

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