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Andor targets solar cell inspection market

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Andor Technology, a provider of scientific imaging and spectroscopy solutions, has broadened its product market by moving into solar research and production inline cell inspection.

Andor aims to help researchers and industrial partners to detect faults in solar cells using its high-performance cameras the iKon-M 934 BR-DD and the LucaEM R. By incorporating photovoltaic electroluminescence into QC routines and R&D work, manufacturers can benefit from a simpler, potentially less expensive inspection technique. Both cameras are sensitive enough to handle the very weak photovoltaic electroluminescence emissions involved.

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