Germany’s J.v.G. Thoma has launched an LED-based solar simulator called LED Flasher Basic 2.0. (Photo Credit: J.v.G. Thoma GmbH)
- J.v.G. Thoma has launched the latest version of its module testing technology - its LED Flasher Basic 2.0
- For its DESERT+ solar modules, the LED Flasher will use 10 flashes to achieve highly accurate results
- Accuracy is better than +/-1%, according to the company
PV equipment supplier J.v.G. Thoma GmbH has launched its new LED Flasher Basic 2.0.
This latest version is designed, among others, to help J.v.G. Thoma to test its DESERT+ solar panels, which it supplies for projects located in regions experiencing extreme climates. This includes areas in which temperatures are very high during the day and are extremely cold at night.
“This upgraded version features high levels of precision, and long-term stability – important factors in the desert region solar panel sector, where output is notoriously difficult to accurately estimate,” said the company. J.v.G. Thoma claims the flasher “accuracy is better than +/-1 %”
In November 2017, J.v.G. Thoma launched a 120 MW Double String Removal Automatic Robot Lay-Up For Module Manufacturing (see J.v.G. Thoma: New Automatic Robot Lay-Up).