NIR Sensitivity For Electroluminescence (EL) Imaging For Solar Cell Characterization
The Model pco.1300 solar-cooled, digital 12-bit CCD camera system is designed for electroluminescence (EL) applications based on its unique increased sensitivity in the NIR range of the spectrum.
Features include Quantum Efficiency of up to 13% at
880 nm and a resolution of 1392 x 1040 pixels. Applications include solar cell/panel production-line QC, NIR fluorescence, and spectroscopy.
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