An automatic pick-and-placement system controlled with software can perform a series of operartions like material input, suction, positioning, placment, testing, sorting, printing and material output to produce mono/poly crystal solar cells.
This system contains code readers from module section to conveyor. Its functions include quality identification, classification, distribution and packaging. It not only can save manpower and space effectively, but also can avoid classification errors and collision losses.
The clusters of welded wafers are laminated with back light panels and glasses with EVA film in a vacuum and high temperature environment. Mirle laminator can ceffectively avoid bubbles, broken chips and incomplete lamination.
Mirle clean room stocker system integrates material handling system and information system. It can handle thin-film solar panels of all sizes. The thin-film solar cell panels are contained in cassettes for stable and ultra-clean storage and transportation. It provides thin-film solar cell industry a stable, clean and low-cost solution.
With rapid consumption of the limited resources of petroleum and coal, the renewable energy becomes a new focus in the energy development. Solar energy is one of the energy resources which have the potential for large-scale development. The commercialized solar cell technologies include Silicon cell, Amorphous-Silicon cell, and CdTe thin-film solar cell. In addition, the CIGS thin-film solar cell is also gradually commercialized. The average conversion efficiency of the mass-produced single crystalline silicon solar cell has reached 16.5%, while the conversion efficiency of the polysilicon solar cell is about 14.5% to 15.8%. In the road map of solar cell development, the thin-film cells will become a new focus because of its low cost. Its conversion efficiency will be increased by improving current technologies. In the future, it will play a significant role in the solar energy market.