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Using artificial intelligence, the proven inspection performance of the MBJ electroluminescence testers has once again significantly improved. A pre-trained neural network reliably detects typical defects such as micro-cracks, dark areas and soldering defects, while the pseudo defect rate is once again significantly reduced.
Remarkably, the deep learning method is very robust to variations in the cell material. The time-consuming and error-prone optimization of the image processing parameters is completely eliminated. Only a few more sample images are required for optimization. With relatively little effort, additional defect classes can be added according to customer requirements.
MBJ offers image processing with neural networks for all electroluminescence inspection systems in its product range.
With the help of electroluminescence images critical defects such as microcracks and soldering defects are made visible in PV modules . This test improves overall product quality and it optimizes the production process. Electroluminescence testing is a standard in todays module manufacturing and indispensable in production. These systems are usually used before lamination as process control and at the end of the production line as output control for all modules produced.
The requirements for the electroluminescence test have steadily increased in the last years. Today, as example, cycle times of less than 20 sec are required. An automatic evaluation with a high-resolution system is therefore the standard. With more than 300 electroluminescent test systems installed worldwide, MBJ is the market leader in Europe, offering the right solution for all requirements.
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