- SS-X Solar SimulatorSS-X Solar simulator adopted a Xe short-arc lamp as the broadband light source. Xe lamp has 6000K color temperature which is closest to nature sunlight (5500K). All SS-X series solar simulators not only utilize optical simulation software to simulate the optical and mechanical system design, but also adopt Fourier-optics technology to generate the spatial uniform irradiance, which has been used in semiconductor mask aligner with excellent prove.
- Perovskite Solar Cell Efficiency measurement
- Organic Solar Cell Efficiency measurement
- Perovskite/ Si Tandem solar cell efficiency measurement
- Ideality Factor n test
- Sun-Voc test
- Water splitting cell test
- HJT, PERC, TOPCon Si solar cell test
- ILS-30_ Ambient Light SimulatorILS-30 is an indoor light simulator which can illuminate three different color temperature light illumination (3000K, 4000K, and 5500K). The light intensity can be continuously turned from 250 lux to 1000 lux, which covers the indoor ambient light intensity levels. ILS-30 provides an 100mm x 100mm beam spot. Within 50mm x 50mm beam area, the uniformity can better than 95%. It is easy to adjust the light intensity or color temperature. The size of ILS-30 is very compact and convinient to be install. ILS-30 can help you to quickly set up accurate indoor PV charaterization facility.
– PV characterization under indoor light environment.
- Solar Simulator
Neonsee offers customized sun simulation solutions exceeding Class A requirements. Neonsee unique system architecture enables the continuous adjustment of light intensity over the entire intensity range (0-120%) while remaining compliant with Class A requirements with regard to spectrum, homogeneity and intensity stability as per IEC 60904-9 and ASTM E 927. We offer customized features including automated intensity control and user defined spectral output.
- LED based Solar Simulator
The device’s LED technology enables near-perfect solar cell efficiency measurement. Until now, xenon lamps were the standard light source for measuring solar cell performance. But they frequently deviated from standards by as much as 25%. The SINUS-220, however, exhibits a maximum error of only 2%. The 18-color LED-based light source is what makes this exceptional accuracy possible.