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Fig 3 - Obtaining the characteristics curves of a photocell by different methods

Fig. 3. Characteristic curves of a solar cell Figure 3 shows the IV characteristic curves (red) and PV (blue), for a cell working at temperature and radiation will be obtained known; depending on these factors a curve or another. The horizontal axis represents the working cell voltage (V) and the vertical axis the current (A). It shows the energy produced by the cell or photovoltaic module at a point, called operating point, in any part of the IV curve. The coordinates of the point of operation are the operating voltage and current.
Characteristic curves of a solar cell Figure 3 shows the IV characteristic curves (red) and PV (blue), for a cell working at temperature and radiation will be obtained known; depending on these factors a curve or another. The horizontal axis represents the working cell voltage (V) and the vertical axis the current (A). It shows the energy produced by the cell or photovoltaic module at a point, called operating point, in any part of the IV curve. The coordinates of the point of operation are the operating voltage and current.
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