Technical Note:
Solar Simulator Spectral Irradiance Data

 

Spectral irradiance data is shown below for our Solar Simulators. You can click on the curve for a larger image, or on a model number for complete information on a specific solar simulator. Spectral irradiance curves for other types of lamps can be found on the right. View Information on Spectral Irradiance Data and Using Spectral Irradiance Curves for complete information on how the data was obtained and how to use it.

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Figure 1: The unfiltered output of the 91192, 1000 W Solar Simulator. The 1600 W Solar Simulators have a ~30% higher irradiance than equivalent 1000 W Simulators.
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Figure 2: The output of the 91192, 1000 W Solar Simulator, with AM 0 filter. The 1600 W Solar Simulators have ~30% higher irradiance than equivalent 1000 W Simulators.
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Figure 3: The output of the 91192, 1000 W Solar Simulator, with AM 1 filter. The 1600 W Solar Simulators have ~30% higher irradiance than equivalent 1000 W Simulators.
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Figure 4: The output of the 91192, 1000 W Solar Simulator, with 1.5 Direct Filter. The 1600 W Solar Simulators have ~30% high irradiance than equivalent 1000 W Simulators.
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Figure 5: The output of the 91192, 1000 W Solar Simulator, with AM 1.5 Global Filter. The 1600 W Solar Simulators have ~30% higher irradiance than equivalent 1000 W Simulators.
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Figure 6: The output of the 91192, 1000 W Solar Simulator, with AM 2 Filter. The 1600 W Solar Simulators have ~30% higher irradiance than equivalent 1000 W Simulators.
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Figure 7: The unfiltered output of the 91291, 1000 W Solar UV Simulator. The 1600 W Solar Simulators have ~30% higher irradiance than equivalent 1000 W Simulators.
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Figure 8: The UV-VIS output of the 91291, 1000 W UV Solar Simulator. The 1600 W Solar Simulators have ~30% higher irradiance than equivalent 1000 W Simulators.