Solar-research-probe-from-SemiProbe

Built on the modular patented Probe System for Life (PS4L) platform, the system allows users to configure their test instruments to best suit their experiments. The video microscope slides into position for probe placement and out of the way to bring in an overhead solar simulator.

(November 12, 2010) — SemiProbe has developed a new low-cost solar cell probe system for research applications. Built on the modular patented Probe System for Life (PS4L) platform, the system allows users to configure their test instruments to best suit their experiments. The video microscope slides into position for probe placement and out of the way to bring in an overhead solar simulator.

SemiProbe provides manual and semiautomatic probe systems for solar cell research applications primarily focused on characterizing materials and finished solar cells

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The flexibility of the PS4L platform allows users to modify their system as their test structures and procedures change. Custom probing configurations can be developed in a few weeks and with unsurpassed flexibility.

Modularity requirements, time to market pressures and limited research funding has all contributed to making the PS4L the ideal probing platform. The same system can be perpetually field upgraded as needs and budgets change.

SemiProbe is a global supplier of probing and inspection equipment for microelectronics, photovoltaics, optoelectronics, MEMS, biotechnology, chemistry, microfluidics, and nanotechnology. More information about SemiProbe may be found at http://www.semiprobe.com

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