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Do You Need to Worry About a Solar Simulator’s Light Collimation or Angle of Emission?  Light from the Sun travels a very long distance before...

Solar simulators, lights that reproduce sunlight, can be used for a wide variety of optical sensor applications, from cameras to sun sensors to solar cells....

A solar simulator’s irradiance is the light power (in Joules per second, or Watts) that shines on a given area, and is usually reported in...

In our modern era, nearly every industry has standards that set baselines for ensuring its associated products are safe and suitable to perform intended tasks. Solar...

Solar Simulator Prices – How Much Should a Solar Simulator Cost? This article gives an overview of the necessary considerations when pricing and comparing solar...

When expert researchers, technology influencers and manufacturers gather at the annual IEEE Photovoltaics Specialists Conference (PVSC), it’s an exciting time for sharing developments and getting...

A guide to solar simulation and solar simulators Our Sun Since the sun powers all of the life processes on Earth, being able to harness its energy...

Why 4 Suns? Solar simulators—indoor lights that reproduce the sun’s spectrum—take many forms and serve different purposes, including testing sunscreens, solar cell efficiencies and performance...

This article outlines the importance of solar cell technology in the context of world’s increasing energy needs, as well as the need to move away...

Frequently Asked Questions How Do You Test Solar Cells? Testing solar cells is usually done to figure out one or more of the following: Responsivity:...