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The measured results are compared to the expected performance based on actual instantaneous irradiance and module temperature and a sophisticated model of the system. The I-V unit communicates wirelessly to a Windows tablet or laptop not included enhancing safety, outdoor readability, and the ability to do detailed analysis in the field. I-V curves are the preferred method for verifying array performance during the commissioning phase of a project because they give the most detailed electrical characterization of the array. Populations of curves can be analyzed quickly for outliers and data can be archived as a baseline for future reference if performance questions arise. Irradiance, module temperature, and tilt readings are captured at the instant the I-V curve is measured.