We will be attending several trade fairs and conferences this year.
Use the opportunity to learn more about SmartCalc
Conferences, Publications and Trade Fairs - 29.03.2017
We will present Smartcalc
Also visit our booth at the SNEC in Shanghai and plan your trip to the IEEE PVSC in Washington D.C. to follow our presentation on the CTM of shingled modules, junction box loss analysis and electrical mismatch.
Shingled Modules - 09.03.2017
Modules with shingled solar cells can be analyzed now. Also paralell string interconnection is now possible. Contact us for more information.
Load Spectral Data - 07.03.2017
Loading spectral data of materials is now easier. Ask us for details.
Calculate and analyse the cell-to-module performance of your solar module.
Create new module setups or evaluate the effect of different materials on module efficiency and power.
Save prototyping effort and reveal hidden potentials.
Save prototyping effort and harvest efficiency potentials of your solar module. Focus on important factors and accelerate your product development.
Perform detailed analyses of gain and loss factors with precise calculation models. SmartCalc
Profit from full support by Fraunhofer ISE. Gain access to more than 35 years of expertise and high precision equipment at Europe's largest solar energy research institute.
Calculate CTM-factors for common and new module concepts. Change materials, solar cells or properties of components and immediately see the effect on module efficiency and power.
Don't use complicated tools, confusing Excel-sheets or even several separate tools.
Use the intuitive GUI of SmartCalc
power and efficiency from cell to module
comfortable GUI and reliable results
FAQ, manuals, scientific database, support
Save costs, improve power and raise efficiency.
With SmartCalc.CTM a simple, fast and precise tool for your solar module optimization is available.
Head of Team
"Module Efficiency and New Concepts"
Scientific Development, Design
Software & GUI Development
Scientific Development, Validation
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems
Heidenhofstr. 2, 79110 Freiburg, Germany
Division Photovoltaic Modules, Systems and Reliability