More than 2000 halm systems are already installed in the field, all of which fully comply with the IEC60904-9 standard. In the latest standard (Edition 3.0), our current systems are even rated A+A+A+.
Our rigorous modular system design guarantees almost all our products can be upgraded, resulting in benchmark investment security. For example, the measurement and power electronics of our production systems are identical to those used in the laboratory systems. In principle, therefore, individual components can be interchanged between both system types. Consequently, if a component in a production tester should malfunction, the client can borrow a part from their laboratory tester to keep the system running.
Our measurement technology is remarkable for its particularly stable illumination. This provides highly accurate and repeatable data that can be relied upon and enhances plant process controls accordingly. Ultimately, this performance data determines how much solar cell manufacturers can earn with their products.
We never compromise on quality. As a result, our systems and their precision are stable over the long term and have a very low failure rate. This eliminates downtime and stoppages in production lines through malfunctions.
our measurement systems for the mass production of solar cells
Our 5000 series uses the same electronics as our IUCT-3600-BF (XF3) system. If required, it can therefore be upgraded to a bifacial measurement system with minimal effort. It is geared for potentially very high throughput with long illumination times, has ample power reserves, and has no limitations in terms of measurable cell geometry or technology.
- Xenon flasher and high-precision IV measurement system
- Throughput of 5,000 cells per hour
- Flash duration up to 60 ms
- Measures high capacitance solar cells
- Combinable with further quality and process control tools
- Electroluminescence and infrared imaging
- In-line spectral response
- Grid resistance
- Dark IV measurement
- Equipped to meet the demands of current and upcoming cell technologies