The Swiss consortium InPhoCUS has been formed between Airlight Energy Manufacturing SA, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology and the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (thermal modelling and CPV characterization and qualification, respectively). The consortium is developing an innovative 50-meter long, 9-meter wide, 2-axis concentrating system. The secondary tracking axis allows reaching concentration ratios as high as 500X. Indoor characterization of the 5-cell receiver has been performed to test the effects of the cell-to-cell non-uniformity of irradiance. Results are presented in this work and are also helpful in the development of new techniques for the indoor characterization of CPV receivers.