Due diligence package
EL imaging is a powerful, non-destructive technique that can identify otherwise undetected module issues, such as hidden microcracks, that may cause accelerated degradation and underperformance. The principle behind EL imaging is fairly straightforward, just as PV modules produce electricity when light hits their surface, the reverse is also true, i.e. when a precise amount of electricity is injected into a module, light (in the infrared range) is emitted.
Visual Inspection (VI)
Visual inspection of solar panels involves a thorough examination of the physical condition and appearance of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels. This inspection is a crucial part of solar panel maintenance and quality assurance. During the process, trained technicians or inspectors assess various aspects of the solar panels
UVF, or Ultraviolet Fluorescence, is a specialized technique used for the inspection and quality assessment of solar panels.
Field wet Leakage
Helps ensure that solar panels remain watertight and free from water damage, which is critical for their long-term performance and safety in outdoor environments.
The IV curve captures a snapshot of the solar panel's capacity, and normalizes it to laboratory conditions. It is a fundamental tool in assessing its efficiency and functionality
Using digital microscopes for solar panels is a valuable technique that allows for detailed inspection and analysis of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels at a microscopic level. Valuable to understand damage from forest / brush fires.
A technique to assess the performance and identify potential issues within a solar panel and connectors.