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Endeas has delivered over 550 QuickSun systems to photovoltaic module and cell factories and laboratories since 2001. We satisfy our customers’ needs with precise, dependable, user-friendly equipment and expert support. Everything we do is based on a profound understanding of PV measurement technology. Our main product, the QuickSun 600 all-in-one module testing station for the mass production of PV modules, integrates a comprehensive set of testing tools into a single machine. The fully automated tool, capable of processing up to 200 PV modules per hour, includes class A+A+A+ solar simulator; automatic EL and optical inspection; and hipot, ground bond and bypass diode tests.

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