50 mm x 50 mm AAA solar simulator

Model : SS-F5s

Class A+AA+ SS-F5s Steady-State Solar Simulator is designed in accordance with the standards of IEC 60904-9 and ASTM E927 to measure the efficiency for solar cells, of which the output beam size is 50 x 50 mm2. The optical fiber light guide enables the flexible illumination and also can be integrated into a glove box, which can exactly match your research needs.SS-F5s can measure the current values from 0.1 mA to 1 A when equipped with the source meter,it is applicable to any kind of solar cells measurements.
Item Specifications
AAA Steady-State Solar Simulator a. Illumination area: 50 mm × 50 mm, rectangle spot
b. Spectral Match: AM 1.5 G, <±12.5%, class A+
c. Non-Uniformity of Irradiance: <±2%, class A
d. Temporal Instability: <±1%, class A+
e. Irradiance mode: fiber light guide
f. 1 meter optical fiber
g. Light uniform system and light source system separation design
h. 300 W Xe lamp with optical reflector
i. Divergent Angle: 1 half degree
j. Active Fan cooling system with power-off-delay function
k. Can integrate with glove box
l. Irradiance intensity: better than 1 sun, can achieve 1200 W/ m2 (maximum)
m. Shutter Switcher
n. Overheating protection
o. Irradiance direction: horizontal or vertical
p. LCD touch-panel display
q. Nonlinearity intensity output control system
r. Adjustable in light intensity from 0% to 100%
s. Light adjustment resolution: 1 %
t. Light intensity from 0.02 sun to 1 sun
u. Automatic light intensity calibration
v. User-defined different light intensity measurement (with IV tracer software: KA5000)
w. RS232 connection

Optional Model Optional Item Specifications
IVS-KA5000 IV Tracer Software a. Can be compatible with Keithley 24 XX mutimeter/ Agilent 29 XX/ Keithley 26 XX series source meter
b. Automatic I-V measurement function: can measure the parameters as following: Vmax/ Imax/ Isc/ Jsc/ Voc/ FF/ Pmax/ Efficiency/ Rs/ Rsh
c. Multiple data show in one picture
d. Quick-note function
e. Semi-log IV function
f. Support NI GPIB、USB and RS232
g. Support direct and pulse measurement mode
h. Forward and reverse voltage scan
i. One curve can be measured with two scan parameters
j. I-T measurement function
k. Automatic shutter control
l. Support traditional device structure and inverted device structure measurement
m. Automatic measurement data backup function
n. Measurement result can be saved as JPG and CSV
o. Tree-shaped data menu
p. Off-line data analysis
B2901A Source meter a. Keysight B2901a SMU
b. Supports one-channel configuration
c. Minimum source resolution: 1 pA /1 μV, Minimum measurement resolution: 100 fA/100 nV
d. Maximum output: 210 V, 3 A DC/10.5 A pulse
e. Arbitrary waveform generation and digitizing capabilities from 20 μs interval
IVCT Large current source meter a. 3 synchronous 16-bit channels for voltage, current, irradiance
b. Measurement resolution: <0.004% FSR
c. Measurement accuracy: < 0.1%
d. Voltage measurement range: ±20 V/ ±10 V/ ±5 V/ ±2.5 V/ ±1.25 V
e. Current measurement range: ±16 A/ ±8 A/ ±4 A/ ±2 A/ ±1 A
f. Data acquisition time: 10 ms~1000 ms
g. Forward and reverse scan
SRC-2020 Reference Cell a. Active area: 2 cm × 2 cm
b. KG5 filter (KG3, KG1, quartz filter)
c. Materials: mono-Si
d. Sensor: Pt 100 (4 wire)
e. Current: < 200 mA (4 wire)
f. Lemon connector x 2 (Female)
g. Cable with 4 C and male lemon connectors x 2
h. ISO 17025 certified NREL-traceable calibration report x 1
ES-S6 Manual thin film Sample Stage a. Standard manual sample stage
b. IC Clip x 2
c. 4-wire measurement with banana connector
d. 6 channels switch
e. Can measure 6 sub-cell (maximum)
SS-ST-SI Conductive plate sample stage a. 6 inches standard conductive plate stage
b. Two-stage vacuum function
c. 7 L/min vacuum pump
d. Z axis probe holder * 2
e. Probe * 2
f. Needle tip: 0.5 mm
g. Fixed platform for reference cell
h. 4 horizontal adjustment holder, range 30mm
i. BNC connecter
j. 4 wire test
SS-GI-DOWN Glove box used sample stage a. Suitable for light direction from down to top
b. Stage size 220 mm x 234.2 mm
c. IC clip Fixed magnet
d. Maximum support 6 sub cell in one ITO, the distance with each cell should be 2.54mm
e. Fixed platform for reference cell
f. Cable protective cover
g. Standard DB26 cable connector
h. KF40 flange sealed
i. Withstand current 2 A
j. 4-wire measurement
k. Stage with handle
l. Suitable for manual multiplexier
m. Suitable for automatic multiplexier
SS-GI-DB Glove box used back probe contact stage a. Suitable for light direction from down to top
b. Stage size: 220 mm x 200 mm
c. Back contact probe
d. Customize Spring probe position according to to sample
e. Maximum support sample size: 20 mm x 20 mm x 2 mm
f. Fixed platform for reference cell
g. Cable protective cover
h. Standard DB26 cable connector
i. KF40 flange sealed
j. Withstand current 2 A
k. 4-wire measurement
l. Suitable for manual multiplexier
m. Suitable for automatic multiplexier
SS-GI-PB Glove box used simple probe stage a. Suitable for light direction from down to top
b. Stage size: 402 mm x 230 mm x 41.6 mm
c. Z axis probe station * 2
d. Probe * 2
e. Cable protective cover
f. Standard DB26 cable connector
g. KF40 flange sealed
h. Withstand current 2 A
i. 4-wire measurement
j. Fixed platform for reference cell
k. Maximum support sample size: 10cm x 10 cm
GIV-M6 Manual multiplexer a. Size: L 195 mm x W 185 mm x H 60 mm
b. Standard 4mm banana connector
c. Standard DB26 co-axial cable connector
d. Banana connector can change to BNC connector
e. Withstand current 2 A
f. Aluminum frame
g. 6 sample channels
h. 1 reference cell IV channel
i. 1 reference cell RTD channel
j. Support 2-wire/4-wire measurement
k. Sample and reference cell channel switch
l. 4mm banana connector cable
GIV-A8 Automatic Multiplexer a. Size: L 220 mm x W 263.6 mm x H 179 mm
b. Can measure sub-cell automatically
c. Standard 4mm banana connector
d. Standard DB26 co-axial cable connector
e. Banana connector can change to BNC connector
f. Banana connector can change to BNC connector
g. Withstand current 2 A
h. RS232 and RS485 serial port transmission
i. Maximum 8 channels automatic IV test
j. Computer controlled automatic IV test
k. Support reference cell IV and RTD channel
l. Support 2-wire / 4-wire measurement
m. Support Baud Rate 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
n. Support Modbus RTU
o. Can setup 0-255 system address
p. High switch speed, the switch time can reach 100 ms
SS-GI-FB Long optical fiber for glove box a. 3 meters long optical fiber
b. KF40 flange sealed
c. Protective gas leak design br />
Power supply requirement a. 110/220 V
b. 10 A
c. Single phase
d. 50/60 Hz
◆Enli Tech SS-F5s solar simulators are certified to Class A+AA+ for the standards of IEC 60904-9.

IEC 60904-9 Class A+ Class A Enli Tech SS-F5s
Spectral Match 0.875-1.125 0.75-1.25 A+
Non-Uniformity of Irradiance 1% 2% A
Temporal Instability 1% 2% A+

◆Spectral Match: SS-F5s solar simulators are compliance with IEC 60904-9 Class A+ definition.
According to the IEC 60904-9 standards, an ideal Class A+ spectral match for a solar simulator is based on the percentage of the integrated light intensity in 7 spectral ranges from 300 nm to 1100 nm. The spectral match in each interval needs to be between 0.875 and 1.125 to meet Class A+. 
Enli Tech SS-F5s Steady-State Solar Simulators with AM 1.5G spectral correction filter provide the highest spectral match performance (Class A+) as defined by IEC 60904-9 standards.

Wavelength Enli Tech SS-F5s AM1.5G Spectral Match Classification
300-400 nm 5.98 % 5.66 % 1.06 A+
400-500 nm 17.97 % 17.32 % 1.04 A+
500-600 nm 18.50 % 18.77 % 0.99 A+
600-700 nm 17.26 % 17.31 % 1.00 A+
700-800 nm 12.87 % 14.08 % 0.91 A+
800-900 nm 11.87 % 11.77 % 1.01 A+
900-1100 nm 15.54 % 15.10 % 1.03 A+

◆Non-uniformity of irradiance: SS-F5s solar simulators are compliance with IEC 60904-9 Class A definition.
The non-uniformity of irradiance on the test plane is critical for solar cell characteristic measurement, because it is one of the major sources of uncertainty for maximum power determination. It shall be measured at each required irradiance level. For the purpose of non-uniformity classification, the Class AAA spatial non-uniformity performance standard is designed to minimize the impact of hot spots and has a very stringent requirement of ≤2%. Enli Tech SS-F5s Steady-State Solar Simulators is compliance with IEC 60904-9 Class A definition.


◆Temporal instability: SS-F5s solar simulators are compliance with IEC60904-9 Class A+ definition.
For accurate and repeatable sola cell performance measurement, temporal instability of irradiance requires that output light be stable over time to ensure the lamp fluctuations do not distort the measurement of solar cell efficiency. Enli Tech SS-F5s Steady-State Solar Simulators meets the Class A+ requirements of ≤1% for temporal instability as defined by IEC 60904-9. 

◆Nonlinear intensity adjustment
Through the high-precise light intensity adjustment function, SS-F5s can do the measurement of different light intensity from 0% to 100%.

◆Flexible light direction design
SS-F5s solar simulator provides a flexible light direction according to users’ samples. With its unique design, SS-F5s can be perfectly integrated with your glove box and sample box as well.

Upward Light Direction
Downward Light Direction
 

   

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Enli Tech AAA Steady-State Solar Simulators are applicable to any kind of solar cells and perovskite solar cells. Equipped with AAA class steady light source and the third party accreditation, Enli Tech AAA Solar Simulators provide a flexible light direction according to users’ samples. Moreover, with its unique design, SS-F5-3A can be perfectly integrated with your glove box and sample box as well.

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