Developed at the Faculty Engineering of University of Porto, this method is efficiently used to encapsulate Perovskite Solar Cells and Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells in-between two glass substrates, protecting the devices from leakage and harm from moisture or air. The hermeticity complies with the Mil-Std-883H, delivering unprecedent long-term stability, which is critical for the industrialization of second and third generation photovoltaic cells.
When using one laser, sealing will be achieved down to 120 ºC; if we employ two lasers, the sealing can be done down to 65 ºC.
Dry Air, Nitrogen, Argon, or others
Two cameras, one a PTZ camera with high resolution and optical zoom to record sealing videos, and a 2D Machine Vision camera from SICK that enables pattern recognition.
Pixel Voltaic is constantly investing in R&D, focused on developing and commercializing encapsulation solutions following the customer specifications, so if you have any queries please contact us today!