With the TCLF, RnD and certification labs can perform:
- Accurate power determination of all new high efficiency modules
- Testing bifacial PV modules
- Accurate measurements of temperature coefficients
- Accurate determination of energy rating
The Temperature Controlled Lab Flasher consists of A+A+A+ Single Long Pulse Spire solar simulator and temperature controlled chamber. The Spire 5600SLP provides superior measurement accuracy and precision for critical module performance measurements. The system delivers a Class A+ 300nm-1200nm spectrum in addition to Class A + uniformity and temporal stability in combination with a measurement repeatability of ≤ 0.15%. The simulator’s unique feature of 270ms single pulse duration supports maximum module power determination of high-efficiency silicon, thin film, PERC, HIT and multi-junction modules that exhibit internal capacitance effects. The addon temperature control chamber enables accurate temperature related tests. The chamber’s temperature range is 10-85C and temperature uniformity± 1C. The chamber can be added to existing Spire flashers.
Decrease measurement uncertainty of temperature coefficients
The superior light quality and extremely stable & uniform temperature control decrease measurement uncertainty by half, compared to traditional testing setups.
Testing according to International standards
IEC 61215-1-1: 2016Photovoltaic (PV) module Design qualification and type approval
IEC 61853-1: 2011Irradiance and temperature performance measurements and power rating
What sets this product apart
Xenon Single Long Pulse up to 270ms
Accurately measure high capacitive PV modules such as PERC, HIT, IBC etc. without software correction
A+A+A+ IEC 60904-9 ed. 3 ready
Simulated light with wavelengths between 300 and 1200nm ensures true Pmax output
Extremely uniform temperature control
Temperature range from 15 to 75 °C with ±1°C temperature uniformity on 9 sensors
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Eternalsun Spire is a leading manufacturer of solar simulators for measuring the performance and reliability of PV modules.