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Product Code GA1
Price £350 ex. VAT

Guarantee Reliable Testing of Indoor Photovoltaic Devices

Easily replicate indoor illumination levels


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Our indoor light filter is compatible with the Ossila Solar Simulator, allowing you to match the spectral output for testing and characterizing indoor photovoltaic devices. Achieve class ABA illumination over a 20 mm diameter area at two different illuminance levels. The filter enables the solar simulator to meet the specifications required for the IEC TS 62607-7-2:2023 international standard.

Simply attach the filter to your Ossila Solar Simulator and set the indoor illumination level using the Solar Simulator Console software.

All new solar simulators are sold pre-calibrated for both solar and indoor photovoltaics. Calibration of units purchased before 20/05/2024 is free with the purchase of an indoor light filter. Please contact us to arrange your calibration. We'll ask you to safely package your solar simulator, arrange the shipping, and send it to our R&D hub in Sheffield, UK. Once calibrated, we'll cover the cost to ship it back to you.

Specifications


Illuminance Levels 1000 lx, 200 lx
Spectral Coincidence A
Spatial Non-Uniformity B - 20 mm diameter
Temporal Stability SA
Dimensions 14 cm x 12 cm x 2 cm
Weight 70 g

Please note: the specifications given are guidelines. IEC TS 62607-7-2:2023 requires the device under test to fully classify the illumination source.


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Resources and Support


Indoor Light Filter Installation

This guide shows you how to attach the Ossila Indoor Light Filter to our solar simulator. Once the filter is attached, you are ready to start testing your indoor photovoltaic devices across two different indoor illumination levels.

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