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(PSS1.5) Large Area Flash Solar Simulator (1.5x1.5m)

Sku: 191-9052

Quick Overview

Sciencetech’s PSS1.5 flash solar simulator is designed to illuminate large photovoltaic devices up to 1.5m × 1.5m in size with 1 Sun intensity, using a built-in beam-conditioning reflector to maximize the uniform light distribution. The default spectral match is to ASTM AM1.5G, using a heavy-duty xenon flash lamp and spectral filtering. The flash is 500µs at 90% of peak intensity, and 2.5ms at 50% of peak intensity, but pulse stretching options are available for longer, flatter pulses (purchased separately).

This product includes a flash system, power supply, lamp, and an air mass filter (AM1.5G). Other filters are available at additional cost. Available accessories include IV measurement systems, pre-configured host computers, and sample holding and cooling options. Please inquire with Sciencetech technical support staff about our automation and assembly line manufacturing partners.

Spectral Match: Class A
Spatial Non-Uniformity: Class A
Temporal Instability: Class A
Target Size: 1m × 1m (1 Sun)
Working Distance: 25-50mm
Pulse Length: 500µs at 90% of peak intensity, 2.5ms at 50% of peak intensity
Collimation: Non-collimated

Availability: In stock

USD$60,000.00
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Additional Information

Name (PSS1.5) Large Area Flash Solar Simulator (1.5x1.5m)
SKU 191-9052
Target Size 1.5x1.5 m
Typical Power Output 1 Sun
Uniformity Classification Class A
Power Requirements 100-140VAC / 200-245VAC @ 50/60
Collimation Angle not collimated
Lamp Power 4800 J
Working Distance 25-50 mm
Spectral Match Classification Class A
Temporal Instability Classification Class A
Classification Triple A (AAA)
Continuous or Flash Flash

Customization:

Sciencetech has built a reputation on custom solutions.  Whether you need a small modification to an existing system or a completely novel design built from the ground up to meet your technical specifications, Sciencetech's engineering and optical design teams are ready to help.