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  • Voltage and current of a solar cell - Influence of surface area and lighting
  • Voltage and current of a solar cell - Influence of surface area and lighting
Voltage and current of a solar cell - Influence of surface area and lighting Voltage and current of a solar cell - Influence of surface area and lighting

Voltage and current of a solar cell - Influence of surface area and lighting

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Principle

Solar cells convert solar energy into electrical energy. The voltage or current that can be reached at maximum determine their areas of application. The maximum voltage of a solar cell is the open-circuit voltage U0 at which there is no resistance in the circuit (resistance = ). The maximum current is the short-circuit current IK. It is reached when the resistance is zero, i.e. when there is only a wire ("shortcircuit") in the circuit. During this experiment, the open-circuit voltage and the short-circuit current are examined as a function of the illuminated surface area of a solar cell. Then, the solar cell is moved on the board in order to change the light intensity and to determine the two quantities once again.

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  • Part of a system solution - Easily expandable for further experiments
  • easy teaching by using the demo board for demonstration
  • Simplified implementation: all pre-settings already prepared
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p9502160e.pdf Experiment guide, English 566.11 KB

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