Sorting & Device Characterization

Hyperspectral Imaging

Hyperspectral imaging is the simultaneous collection of quantitative spatial and spectral information. It is becoming an essential technique in many applications from food and recycling sorting to medical imaging and semiconductor metrology. Read more

Perovskite photovoltaic characterization

Most conventional solar cells are made from a layer of silicon sandwiched between two electrodes. Silicon solar cells have a great lifetime and are very stable, but they also have their limitations. One limitation is that they are unable to absorb energy from all wavelengths in the solar spectrum. However, perovskites are promising solar cell candidates. Read more

Image sensor and detector characterization

Use a SuperK supercontinuum laser to characterize optical sensors; you get high brightness and broad continuous spectral coverage at the same time. A supercontinuum source can generate tunable narrowband lines or fully adjustable broadband spectral synthesis making it your first choice for flexible optical sensor test and calibration. Read more

Solar cell characterization

Solar cells can be characterized using a SuperK supercontinuum laser as a sun simulator, either with bulky samples, or to look at microscale features such as plasmonic particles for up- or down-conversion mechanisms; this often requires broadband excitation with a spectral shape as close as possible to the sun spectrum. Read more