Spectral Instrument System

 

Solar Simulator

In general Solar Simulators is light from an arc lamp source (usually xenon) using a parabolic reflector. Solar simulators can imitate sunlight conditions in a variety of environments such as the spectral distribution at sea level and in Space. The spectral distribution from the xenon arc lamp source can be altered and refined using Air Mass (AM) filters.

 

Fully Reflective Solar Simulator-Class AAA

  • 150W Ozone Free Xenon Arc Lamp
  • Wavelength Range: 250-2200nm
  • Power Output: 1.5 SUN on a 3" diameter at a distance of 24"
  • Lamp Housing, Power Supply & Igniter
  • Standard horizontal operation, vertical option
  • Optional folding mirror to redirect output beam
  • Power Output available is up to 7.5kW

 

Low Cost Solar Simulator- Class ABA

  • 150W Ozone Free Xenon Arc Lamp
  • Wavelength Range: 250-2200nm
  • Power Output: ~ 2 SUNs at its 1" diameter output port with an AM1.5G
  • Lamp Housing, Power Supply & Igniter
  • Standard horizontal operation, vertical option
  • Optional folding mirror to redirect output beam
  • Power Output available is up to 300W

 

Flash Solar Simulator

  • Pulse solar simulator for large photovoltaic cells up to 1 x 1m. A larger (2 x 2m) version is available with its own current-voltage (I-V) measurement system option.