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  • Laser Scribing of Thin Film Solar Panels (.pdf)
    Solar cells based on thin-film devices may well take the lead as the next generation solar panel technology. A key aspect in the cost effective manufacturing of large solar panels is the thin film patterning process on a-Si. The laser based patterning is accomplished in three critical scribing
  • Semicon Grade Technical Ceramic provides exceptional thermal stability for solar panel thin film deposition process
    Semicon Grade Technical Ceramic provides exceptional thermal stability for solar panel thin film deposition process
  • Solar Panels Case History (.pdf)
    This case history describes how one customer used PrevEx flammabiltiy analyzers to monitor its thin-film deposition onto solar cells.
  • Alternative Energy: Solar / Wind / Batteries
    Alternative energy production requires a much broader and innovative use of materials, such as in solar, where there are semiconductors for photovoltaics (PV), enhanced thermally conductive materials for cooling PV materials, ceramic insulators and glasses for thin film solar cell panels.
  • Thin Film Solar Success Story
    We needed to transfer the partial design from the client's previous supplier to ATS. Our client needed us to complete the design and build three initial qualification units within 10 weeks. We successfully completed a review of the current status of the design, determined what the required changes
  • Laser Scribing Thin Film Molybdenum for Photovoltaic Cells
    The use of photovoltaic (PV) cells that harness the power of the sun to produce electricity is growing very rapidly. Although the majority of the production currently uses silicon in the range of 0.2-0.4 mm thick, there is a rapid rise in the number of manufacturers of thin film solar cells
  • Crystalline Silicon Solar Cell Manufacturing (.pdf)
    Crystalline silicon solar cell manufacturing requires vacuum-based processing tools for many critical steps, from mono- to polycrystalline silicon growth to thin-film depositions on silicon wafers. Manufacturing efficiencies can be optimized by considering cost-of-ownership (CoO) parameters
  • Solar Loading Effects on TFT Displays Part I
    contributes to increased device operating temperatures. This solar heat source combined with the display's drive and lighting electronics heat sources if not properly managed can lead to significantly reduced performance in TFT LCD displays. The major cause of increased display temperature in high

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