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    ​*diameter of the light beam concentrating 90% of the power not more than 20 cm,    ​*diameter of the light beam concentrating 90% of the power not more than 20 cm,
    *the power of visible radiation is close to the solar 1367 W / m2 at a distance of at least 0.2 m from the light source,    *the power of visible radiation is close to the solar 1367 W / m2 at a distance of at least 0.2 m from the light source,
-   ​*safety for the eyes (protection glasses),+   ​*safety for eyes (protection glasses),
    ​*during the experiment the simulator is stationary and can be easily moved by one person to any distance between the experiment sessions,    ​*during the experiment the simulator is stationary and can be easily moved by one person to any distance between the experiment sessions,
    ​*power supply from a normal 220V network,    ​*power supply from a normal 220V network,
    *The presence of a mounting system (tripod), which allows stepless adjustment of the light source in height (from 0.5 to 1.5 m), in angle of inclination to the horizon (-60..60 degrees).    *The presence of a mounting system (tripod), which allows stepless adjustment of the light source in height (from 0.5 to 1.5 m), in angle of inclination to the horizon (-60..60 degrees).
 The Sun simulator must be turned on by user before the experiment is started and manually turned off after the experiment using a conventional switch. The Sun simulator must be turned on by user before the experiment is started and manually turned off after the experiment using a conventional switch.
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