New Product Upgrade: Solar Cell I-V Test System
Posted on Fri, Nov 30, 2018 by Nick Scarratt
The newly-upgraded Solar Cell I-V Test System is launching soon!
In December, the Ossila I-V Curve Measurement System will be upgraded. It will also be renamed to the Ossila Solar Cell I-V Test System. Both the manual and multiplexed versions of the systems will be upgraded to incorporate our new X200 Source Measure Unit - bringing greater performance, extra features, and increased usability.
Key Upgrades & Improvements
A more relevant product name: We will rename the I-V Curve Measurement System to the Solar Cell I-V Test System. After some careful consideration, our R&D team chose this name because it is a more relevant description of the system's intended function and capabilities.
New solar cell measurement: As requested by many customers, this system now allows you to perform stabilised current measurements on your solar cells. All you need to do is set a voltage and measure device current over time, then customise the measurement for your experimental needs.
Increased maximum current capacity: The Solar Cell I-V System is now capable of delivering a maximum current of 150 mA (compared to the previous maximum of 100 mA).
Larger current ranges: The maximum current capacity of the other four ranges has also increased, meaning you can now measure higher currents before needing to change range.
Software-controlled current ranges: For safety and convenience, the current range switches can be controlled using the included PC software - so there is no need for manual adjustment.
Sleek, durable casing: The system is now completely encased in a static-free metal casing, which protects the internal circuitry.
Stay tuned for more updates!