Endeas is delivering fully automated QuickSun all-in-one testing stations to a new PV module factory for the final quality inspection of heterojunction (HJT) modules. The new systems, providing annual testing capacity of up to 750MW, will be delivered in the third quarter of 2019 to a leading non-Chinese PV manufacturer. All systems are equipped with a class A+A+A+ solar simulator; automatic EL and optical inspection; and hipot, ground continuity and bypass diode tests.
Innovative Technology for PV Testing
Endeas has been providing innovative testing technology to the photovoltaics industry since 2001. We satisfy the needs of our customers with precise, dependable, and easily operated equipment and expert support based on our profound understanding of photovoltaics measurement technology. The reliability of our solutions is proven by more than 550 QuickSun® systems delivered worldwide.
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Endeas is exhibiting at EU PVSEC 2018 in Brussels. You can find us at our booth D4 from 24 to 27 September. We will be presenting the Capacitance Compensation (CAC) method for accurate flash testing of high-efficiency PV cells and modules.
Endeas presents an innovative method for measuring steady-state I-V curves in photovoltaic cells and modules using a flash tester. The novel method enables accurate measurement of the maximum power and other I-V parameters in even the highest efficiency PV technologies using a short flash pulse. The method is included in the acclaimed QuickSun 600 all-in-one module testing station and other current solar simulator models from Endeas.