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Concentrating Photovoltaic Systems Using Micro-Optics

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Molded plastic micro-optics with 100X solar gain are described. A ±40 acceptance cone is allowed so the lens arrays can be mounted on one-axis heliostats and give achromatic, stationary images on photo-voltaic cells.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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