1. Spectroscopy
    Lasers for excitation in range from UV to NIR for Photoluminescence & Raman studies
  2. Nanostructuring
    Lasers & systems for producing Nano-scale structures using 2-Photon Polymerization technique
  3. Microstructuring
    Lasers systems for engraving, drilling and creating micro-patterns on various materials
  4. Photonics
    Lasers & cameras for generating, controlling, and detecting photons in field of Nanophotonics, Microscopy & Imaging.
  5. Photo Voltaic
    Photo Voltaic
    Tools for optical & electrical characterization of semiconductors
  6. Photo Voltaic
    Photo Voltaic
    Tools for characterization of solar cells for research and development of clean energy.
  7. Spectroscopy
    Study of time resolved dynamics in field of photochemistry and photobiology
  8. Life Science
    Life Science
    Lasers for study of Science of life & living organisms
  9. Life Science
    Life Science
    Lasers for study of Science of life & living organisms
  10. Photonics
    Cutting edge tools for application in field of aerospace, agriculture, biomedicine, defence, energy, information technology and many more
Solar Manufacturing Tools

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LasFocus  develops laser based tools for advanced manufacturing process for high-efficiency c-Si PERC and Laser Doped SE cells.
LasFocus has successfully developed a cassette-automated laser system suitable for use in a mass production environment. Using their Laser Ablation system for the production of PERC+SE solar cells, the c-Si solar cell is expected to have an improvement of more than 1.2% in conversion efficiency over current processes.

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LasFocus “SolarLase-SE2000" is a PSG laser doping tool for high-efficiency solar cell production at 5000WPH. Its thermally-stable granite optics plate can house two 532nm lasers, each with its own independent beam delivery path. 

SolarLase-SE offers excellent wafer alignment capabilities as next generation high efficiency c-Si cells require ever more precise alignment than before. High-magnification cameras can detect wafer edges or marks on the wafer precisely, enabling precise overlay of laser-written patterns between two successive processing steps.

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LasFocus  SolarLase-Pro is a fully automated high-throughput picosecond laser based production tool for volume manufacturing of high-efficiency c-Si PERC,bi-facial PERC, and IBC cells. SolarLase-Pro utilizes laser-material processing technologies for advanced processes such as PERC and IBC.
It uses precision camera and fast image processing algorithms to locate wafer edges precisely, and the scanning pattern is adjusted electronically via galvo scanner to “print” the it precisely at the desired location using focused laser beam.

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LasFocus SS-200 is a production 532nm GRN wavelength SD laser scribing tool designed for manufacturing of high-brightness transparent LED wafers.
It offers excellent wafer alignment capabilities as next generation LED wafers require ever more precise alignment than before.

LasFocus SS-300  is an IR laser SD LED scriber tool designed for scribing of DBR and other types of  high-brightness LED wafers.
It offers excellent wafer alignment capabilities as next generation LED wafers require ever more precise alignment than before. The high-accuracy Rotary tuntable can position the wafer precisely under laser beam for processing. A high-magnification camera can detect wafer edges or dies on the wafer precisely, enabling previse overlay of laser-scribing patterns.
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Sun Spectrum Simulation for IV Characterization

Sensor Characterizationsmm
(CG, PTC, QE measurment)

Spectral Response &
QE  Measurement

Solar Simulator with I-V Measurement enables researchers to simulate Sun intensity and test the solar cells in the laboratory environment. This helps in optmization of the physical & chemical properties of the solar cell to increase the performance in the real world environment. 
MVIS systems allows the calibration and characterization of the imaging sensor such as CCD's and CMOS devices. m
The system allows to measure the parameters such as Photon Transfer Curve (PTC), conversion Gain (CG) and Quantum Efficiency (QE) of the packaged device.
QE measurment tool allows researcher to measure the quantum efficiency and spectral reponse of the solar cell and determine the performance under real world environments. New technologies and materials are being developed by researchers to provide clean energy at an offordable cost.mm


PSG Laser Doping, Selective Emitter (SE)

Metal-Wrap-Through Laser Drilling

PERC Laser Ablation

SE process is adopted for high efficiency c-Si PERC solar cell fabrication. Laser beam interacts with the doping material (PSG layer) on wafer surface. SE Laser Doping reduces the Ohmic contact resistance, and enhances photon absorption at shorter wavelength. This process improves the solar cell open circuit voltage Voc, short circuit current Isc, and fill factor FF, therefore enables c-Si solar cell with +0.20% higher conversion efficiency. 
LA is a new process for high efficiency solar cell fabrication. The key point of this process is choosing the proper laser to ablate on the backside of the wafer, i.e. to remove or create windows on the passivation layer of the wafer, optimizing the laser processing window to improve performance of the wafer. Back side passivation reduces the carrier recombination on the back surface and therefore effectively raised the efficiency of solar cells.
Laser drilling method is used for high efficiency solar cell fabrication including MWT (Metal Wrap Through) and EWT (Emitter Wrap Through) processes. In order to reduce the shadowing effect of the screen printing lines on the front side, this process uses laser to drill holes and moves metal electrodes from frontside to the backside.

Laser Edge Isolation

Laser-Fired Contact

Uses lasers to reduce current leakage between anode and cathode of solar cells, including c-Si solar wafer edge isolation and MWT electrode isolation etc.The isolation line is usually placed as close as possible to wafer edges to minimize loss of sun absorbing area. 
Laser heats up local regions on the back side of a solar cell, the metallic aluminum there penetrates through the passivation layer and sinters together with the silicon substrate, forming aluminum back field and ohmic contact on the back side of crystalline silicon cells.