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Light Conversion Pharos Laser Comes to ACAP ANU

ACAP's ANU node brings new, powerful capabilities to its solar research labs with the installation of the Light Conversion Pharos PH2-SP-10W-1mJ at the Canberra campus with thanks to funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency.

The Pharos allows for damage-free laser ablation of thin, optically transparent films, where high-efficiency silicon solar cells usually require some form of structuring of passivation films. Its wide tuneable range in pulse duration, and three wavelengths offer a broad process optimisation window, and also allows for the emulation of many industrial laser systems. Explore its full capabilities and specs here.

ACAP ANU researchers with the Pharos

For collaboration queries, please contact the Canberra team via Marco Ernst.


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