Institut Penyelidikan Tenaga Suria | Solar Energy Research Institute
Thin Film Solar Cell Laboratory
Thin Film Solar Cell Laboratory is located adjacent of the old Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment building. The lab is managed by Ts. Dr. Puvaneswaran Chelvanathan m. Thin Film Solar Cell Laboratory focuses on research relevant to CIGSSe, CZTSSe, CdTe and other emerging thin film photovoltaic photo-absorber materials, as well as the metal contact, buffer layer and transparent conducting oxide related material synthesis and development.
Direct Current (DC) & Radio Frequency (RF) Sputter System
Over the past 14 years, this sputter system has been the workhorse of Thin Film Solar Cell Laboratory.
The technical specification of this sputter system are as below:
Target-Substrate Configuration: Top-Bottom
Target-Substrate Distance: Variable (5 cm – 14 cm)
RF Gun: 2 Units (Max RF Power: 300 W)
DC Gun: 1 Unit (Max DC Power: 600 W)
Base Pressure: 1 x 10-6 Torr
Substrate Heater: Up to 500 Celsius
Nominal Working Gas: Argon
Reactive Working Gas: Oxygen, Nitrogen, Mixture Gas
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