Ceramic metal halide (CMH) lamps have a similar spectral to natural sunlight. Though they are less similar than some other options (e.g. xenon arc lamps), CMH lamps have some notable advantages:
These features make CMH-lamp-based systems a good fit for large-area applications such as climatic chambers and material testing arrangements.
A single CMH module can be used for smaller projects, or they can be tiled to expand the test area for larger targets.
The addition of quartz tungsten halogen (QTH) lamps in the fixture can improve the spectral match for more demanding applications.
For custom-designed applications with a specific target area, the number of required CMH lamps, uniformity and working distance can be defined through professional simulation.
The Solis-CMH simulator has class C spectrum by AM1.5 ASTM, with SPC (spectral coverage) of 100% and SPD (Spectral deviation) of 36.7%.
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|Product Series||Solis-CMH Solar Simulators|
|Product Type||Solar Simulators|
|Size / Operation||Benchtop|
|Industry||Aerospace and Defence, Medical, Photonics, Research|
|Applications||IV Characterization, Photovoltaic Testing, Spectral Response, External and Internal Quantum Efficiency|
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