LARGE AREA FLASH SOLAR SIMULATORS

A solar simulator (also known as "artificial sun") is a device that provides illumination approximating natural sunlight. The purpose of the solar simulator is to provide a controllable indoor test facility under laboratory conditions, used for the testing of solar cells, sun screen, plastics, and other materials and devices.

Rotalab's flash solar simulators are designed to illuminate large photovoltaic devices up to 2×2 m in size using a built-in beam-conditioning reflector to maximize the uniform light distribution. The default spectral match is to ASTM AM1.5G, using a heavy-duty xenon flash lamp and spectral filtering. Other filters are also available at request.

Conformity with ASTM, IEC and JIS standards about spectral matching, irradiance spatial non-uniformity and temporal instability is available for our large area flash solar simulators.

  • PSS1
    [1x1 m]

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    Large Area Flash Solar Simulator
    Large Area Flash Solar Illuminator
  • PSS1.5
    [1.5x1.5 m]

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    Large Area Flash Solar Simulator
    Large Area Flash Solar Illuminator
  • PSS2
    [2x2 m]

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    Large Area Flash Solar Simulator
    Large Area Flash Solar Illuminator
  • FSSP
    [max. 1x1 m]

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    Flash Solar Simulator Projector
    Flash Solar Illuminator Projector