Leading simulation and measurement tool provider Fluxim and Perovskite-Info have teamed up to offer a 20% discount on Fluxim's large-area PV simulation software LAOSS.

Fluxim LAOSS software for large-area PV simulation (image)

LAOSS is a software tool that simulates large area semiconductor devices (PV and OLED), taking into account the voltage drop in the electrodes due to important resistive effects when the size of the device increases. LAOSS facilitates electrode layout optimization and material choice, which can save substantial time and resources. Any material class of PV devices can be modeled in a few clicks, from emerging technologies like perovskite and OPV to established Si or thin film technology.

LAOSS simulations for PV devices can produce a wide range of different output data, such as IV curves, fill factor, short-circuit, open circuit voltage , 2D visualization of the electrode’s electric potential, current density and power dissipation, etc. Design of free-form and serially connected cells is also possible.

Perovskite-Info readers that are interested in this discount, please contact us here. Fluxim offers software evaluation so testing of LAOSS is possible before any purchasing decision.



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