Greateyes offers imaging systems for the inspection in the semiconductor- and solar industry, as well as for comprehensive characterisation in research and development. The systems feature outstanding sensitivity, short integration times, excellent image quality and intuitive handling.

Solar Module Inspection

Inspection Systems for Pre-laminates, Solar modules and Solar Power Systems

The award-winning LumiSolarCell System utilizes the photoluminescence, electroluminescence, and infrared phenomena to image micro cracks, shunts, regions of low lifetime, inhomogeneities, hot spots or other cell failures of photovoltaic cells or wafers. EL, PL and IR as contactless and therefore non-destructive methods are an indispensable tool for advanced solar research. The knowledge gained will lead to increased product quality and yield.
Due to the outstanding sensitivity of the whole set-up, multiple PV technologies such as Si-based cells and wafers as well as thin film mini modules can be measured. LumiSolarCell is delivered as a turnkey system and consists of a high-sensitive scientific CCD-camera and a HighPower LED light source, developed and produced by greateyes. Different versions of the system are available (off-line, automated batch system, OEM in-line, pure PL or EL, combined EL/PL, or EL/PL/IR). Furthermore the LumiSolarCell system outperforms commercial available PL systems with very short exposure times by using a high-sensitive CCD-camera and the flexibility to measure a variety of different wafer materials, such as mono-Si, a-Si, CIS, HIT and many more.

Solar Cell Inspection

Processed wafers and solar cells suffer from a variety of invisible defects which reduce their output power and long-term stability. The highly sensitive inspection systems from greateyes image these problems. This allows you to optimise the production, increase output power and reduce overall costs. Furthermore greateyes inspection systems integrate a variety of different inspection methods in a compact, safe, and low-maintenance device. They are used for detailed characterisation of solar cells in the production as well as in research and development.