The DENKweit B-LAB is a desktop tool for measuring the direction and strength of electrical currents. It is easy to use, fast, non- contact and does not require the user to apply an electrical current during measurement. Data is highly precise, quantitative and in real time so hand held and in-situ options are also available.
The B-LAB can be combined with the DENKweit AI software DENKnetze to automatically identify faults and features. DENKnetze is affordable and easy to use.
DENKweit from Halle Germany are an award winning 2018 spin out from the Fraunhofer Institute. Their innovative Magnetic Field Imaging technology combined with their own AI solution DENKnetze has already been sold to a number of world renowned companies and institutes across a variety of applications.
The DENKweit technology is used across a variety of different applications.
Shingled Modules (photovoltaics)
Cell Connectors (photovoltaics)
Batteries (cylindrical cells)
Batteries (pouch cell)
Cracks (metal processing)
The DENKweit B-LAB is used within world renowned companies and institutions.
The University of New South Wales (UNSW)
The University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia is working with a DENKweit B-TECH tool to investigate new types of contacts in order to find faults and to fully exploit the potential of new technologies.
This application involves smart-wire technologies, adhesive technologies and other PV contacting concepts for solar cells and modules.
If you would like to read about this in more detail please visit IEEE Xplore for an interesting publication here.
The Fraunhofer Center for Silicon Photovoltaics (CSP)
The Fraunhofer Center for Silicon Photovoltaics use the DENKweit B-TECH technology for the analysis of soldered connectors of entire solar modules. In addition, all other major electrical defects are located.
The Technical University of Clausthal
The Technical University of Clausthal is researching more safety and longer lifespans for batteries for electromobility. With the DENKweit technology, the TU gets a deep insight into the processes of batteries.
|Minimum measurable current||2-5mA/cm2 (strongly dependent on sample and distance)|
|Maximum measurable current||>500A|
|Spatial resolution||2.5mm in x, µm range in y and z|
|Resolution through different scan modes||up to µm range|
|Individual sensor length||length of system or up to 3m|
|Power supply||230V, 50/60Hz, 8A|
|Sensor||3-axis magnetic field sensor from B-Tech series|
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