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Jabil Circuit Inc., a global electronic products company, has introduced new certification and testing services designed to support solar panel manufacturers.

The company's new photovoltaic laboratory, located in St. Petersburg, Fla., was designed around industry standards and provides a wide range of UL and IEC photovoltaic certification and testing capabilities, including material characterization, certification testing, on-going reliability testing and long-term field exposure.

In addition, the Jabil laboratory offers material and failure analysis beyond industry requirements, such as electroluminescence, dynamic load testing and extended environmental cycles. The new laboratory is currently operational and already supporting Jabil's manufacturing sites and customers, the company says.

SOURCE: Jabil Circuit Inc.


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