The CT2d and CT810 are for use in the production process. The CT2d is a Xenon-flash based tester that can be integrated into cell-sorting system. The standalone equipment allows the accurate determination of all relevant IV-parameters.
It is also fitted for reverse dark current testing (dark shunt resistance measurement), as well as for dark direct IV curve measurement. The Xenon-flash based, semi-automatic cell tester CT 801 can be integrated into cell-sorting systems as well, but it can also be used as a stand-alone equipment for incoming and production control. Cells with two or three busbars that are up to 15.6 x 15.6 cm can be measured. The cycle time is three seconds. Also, part of the equipment is an automatic contact frame equipped with Pasans robust contact system.
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