The efficiency of most commercial solar panels you find in the market is between 15% to 17%, with high efficiency products being in the mid-20% range. The glass used in these panels loses 4-12% of the light in transmission.
The current multilayer antireflection coating technologies improve the transmission up to 6%. Edgehog glass boosts up the energy up to 10%. Our technology is superior to competing antireflection technologies in large incident angles, which helps utility scale integration by reducing the ramp up slop in the duck curve in the late afternoon.
Our structural approach to anti-reflection results in uniformly low reflectance across the entire visible spectrum. Plus, the surface becomes superhydrophobic and self-cleaning which prevents losses in performance in long term.
• High module quantum efficiency
• Self-cleaning solar panels
The constant is heavily affected under bright ambient lighting in displays. Screen brightness is typically maximized to marginally improve the image contrast.
Traditional solutions such as anti-glare using diffusion mechanisms and multilayer interference coatings suffer from reduced resolution and wavelength dependency, respectively.
Our structural approach to anti-reflection results in uniform, low reflectance across the entire visible spectrum.
• Sunlight-readable Display
• Better contrast
• No coloring effect
How does Edgehog technology help camera lenses?
In camera lenses, around 4% of light is reflected at both surfaces of the lense, decreasing the lenses’ overall light transmission.
Our antireflection technology reduces reflections on both surfaces without any additional layer of material.
It also improves the contrast of the image and reduces “ghosting”, “lens flare” and “haze” by eliminating the scattering of the reflected light within the lens.
When light loss is minimized, more natural photos can be produced.
Our structural approach to anti-reflection results in uniform, low reflectance across the entire visible spectrum. Plus, its superhydrophobic: self-cleaning surface prevents losses in performance in the long run.
• Super-transparent optical windows
• High-power UV laser
• No aliasing for lens stacks
• Low light imaging fr optical instruments