I-V characteristic data of photovoltaic systems operating under partial shading conditions

Published: 6 September 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/yy288mjcn2.1
Jieming Ma


Contact information: Jieming Ma Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University Suzhou, China. jieming84@gmail.com Dates of data collection: 2021/03 Geographic location: Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University’s south campus (east longitude 120o75’, north latitude 31o28’) This directory contains the following datasets: I-V data (TSM72) ------------------------------ IV_TSM72.mat ------------------------------ I-V data (IV_SPM045P) ----------------------------- IV_SPM045P.mat ----------------------------- I-V data (XHYG-10W) ----------------------------- IV_HXYG10_1.mat IV_HXYG10_2.mat --------------------------------------------------------------------- DOCUMENTATION FOR PV data In the experiments, we applied TSM72, SPM045P and XHYG-10W PV modules. The experiments used three-series connected XHYG-10W modules operating under PSCs. The PV cells were shaded by light films to simulate different PSCs. AYHT309 thermometer with Type-K thermocouple probes was installed to measure the temperature of the PV panels. The solar irradiance was measured by a standard 2 cm2 cm mono-crystalline PV cell which has been calibrated by the National Institute of Metrology, China. A Fluke F289C multimeter measured the cell’s short circuit current. A PROVA-1011 PV system analyzer has the capability of generating the I-V data under a specific environmental condition. University’s south campus (east longitude 120o75’, north latitude 31o28’) in March 2021. The column headings for the tabular data are defined as follows: I terminal current (A) V terminal voltage (V)