New modular design EL inspection system available in 3Q 2015

Reduced energy consumption, faster delivery, best price

(PresseBox) ( Berlin, )
pi4_robotics, highly renowned in the photovoltaic (PV) market for the most advanced commercially available fully automatic electro-luminescent (EL) inspection systems, announces availability of its new "pi4-efficiency" series EL inspection products.

Thomas Manke, head of the PV business unit at pi4 says "The new pi4-efficiency series follows introduction in 2014 of our pi4 power loss estimation tool". He explains "This is a tool that determines which defects may cause power loss of a PV module during its life time and this feature has created high response in the market, due to its new predictive features provided by the functionality of the highly sophisticated software used".

pi4 is now reacting with the new pi4-efficiency series to increased market demands, such as for extremely short delivery times in high quantities, reliable proven German quality standards, best software features and attractive prices.

"The new pi4-efficiency series combines our proven concept of short cycle times of ≤20s including handling with a new modular machine concept, which reduces the number of spare parts needed and exposed to wear, saves energy and allows us to supply our customers with more machines in a shorter period of time", Thomas Manke emphasizes. Deliveries of the new pi4 efficiency EL inspection system will start in the 3rd quarter 2015.

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