PV Measurements takes the confidentiality needs of our customers very seriously. Therefore, we do not publish our long list of customers that have used our products to develop their photovoltaic technologies. However, many of our customers have mentioned our equipment in their published research papers. You can access some of these papers via the links below.
A number of our customers have felt that it is right to mention the system used in research papers that they have published.
The QEXL Solar Cell Quantum Efficiency Measurements System has sped up and eased the lives of researchers worldwide since 2014. Researchers working on cells ranging from Perovskites and DSC to silicon have been very happy with the results. We have a few papers showcasing results achieved with the the system. Here below is a short list of articles by scientists furthering the PV field using the QEXL:
- Graphene/CdTe heterostructure solar cell and its enhancement with photo-induced doping
- Growth control of compact CH3NH3PbI3 thin films via enhanced solid-state precursor reaction for efficient planar perovskite solar cells
- High performance solar cells based on graphene/GaAs heterostructures
- Single Crystalline-Like TiO2 Nanotube Fabrication with Dominant (001) Facets Using Poly(vinylpyrrolidone) for High Efficiency Solar Cells
The QEX10 Solar Cell Quantum Efficiency Measurement System has been in use at laboratories worldwide since 2010. Here is a selection of published papers in which the QEX10 Solar Cell Quantum Efficiency Measurement System was used.
The QEX7 was the flagship QE/IPCE/SR system by PV Measurements for many years. Here is a selection of published papers in which the QEX7 Solar Cell Quantum Efficiency/IPCE/Spectral Response Measurement was used.