New Solmetric 1000V I-V Curve Tracer Able to Take the Heat

Solmetric's new I-V curve tracer delivers the highest accuracy and measurement throughput even in hot environments where other curve tracers shut down.

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ric has introduced a major advance in its line of PV Analyzer I-V curve tracers for use in commissioning, auditing, O&M, and troubleshooting. The PVA-1000S extends the product line to measure up to 1000V strings. The combination of the new PV Analyzer I-V unit and new SolSensor wireless PV reference sensor improves accuracy to +/-0.5% and wireless sensor range to 300ft. The high throughput PV Analyzer can commission 1 MW in less than 2 hours--even in hot environments where other curve tracers shut down. New features also include a temperature and incident angle corrected irradiance sensor delivering accurate readings in lower light conditions, SmartTemp blending module backside temperature with Effective Cell Temperature for the best cell temperature measurements, and a database of more than 12,000 modules. CEO, Willard MacDonald says, "We are pleased to offer the highest accuracy and most advanced features in a rugged curve tracer that's really able to take the heat." Please visit us at SPI booth #3016.

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