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MBJ Solutions installs electroluminescence inspection systems in Centrosolar production lines

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MBJ Solutions has completed installation of its electroluminescence inspection systems into the production lines of Centrosolar Sonnenstromfabrik. The new equipment inspects 100% of Centrosolar’s module production to ensure any anomalies, not visible to the naked eye, will be detected.

The inspection is retro-fitted into the existing flasher systems and integrates seamlessly into the final production step. MBJ claims the flexible setup of the inspection system allows a fast and easy installation. The flasher integrated EL system provides an immediate feedback and provides valuable information for optimization of the production process.

Dr. Michael Fuß, CEO of MBJ Solutions GmbH, said, “With Centrosolar we won another important customer who places his trust in MBJ Solutions know-how in the field of electroluminescence inspection.” 
 

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