Solar Cell Measurement Instruments
Whether you need to accurately measure the current actual irradiance of the sun, or recreate a fourth of July family outing on a cloudy February day indoors, Konica Minolta has solar cell measurement instruments to meet your needs. Using a solar simulator without being able to accurately gauge and quantify its output could very well tank your project. That’s why Konica Minolta offers a wide variety of Solar Cell Measurement products. The Soma Spectroradiometer is designed to accurately measure the spectral irradiance of artificial or actual sunlight. When used in conjunction with a solar simulator and included software, this solar measurement instrument can test and quantify the light source. The S-2441/2442 models add the ability to measure pulse type solar simulators with an included trigger collector. It operates off of Windows 2000/XP/Vista (32 bit) and has both spectral irradiance, ASTM and JIS output calculations. Other solar cell measurement devices include the reference cell temperature controller, a solar measurement device for controlling temperature of the reference solar cell which is equipped with a built-in temperature sensor, and amorphous silicon reference cells in varying degrees used to accurately calibrate your solar simulator. All of Konica Minolta’s solar cell measurement instruments are held to the strictest of standards for quality to ensure accuracy and precision.