solar radiation sensors Equipment in Arkansas

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Delta-T - Model BF5 - Sunshine Sensor

by Delta-T Devices Ltd     based in Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM

Measures global and diffuse radiation, and sunshine duration, PAR reference sensor for SunScan System, No moving parts, shade rings or motorised tracking, Outputs can be PAR (mmol.m-2.s-1), Energy (W.m-2) or Lux, New model includes heater as standard.


Delta-T - Model SPN1 - Sunshine Pyranometer

by Delta-T Devices Ltd     based in Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM

SPN1 Sunshine Pyranometer, Global (Total) and Diffuse irradiance in W.m-2, WMO sunshine threshold: 120 W.m-2 direct beam, No moving parts, shade rings or motorised tracking, No routine adjustment or polar alignment, Works at any latitude, Precision ground glass dome.

Solar Radiation Sensor - Pyranometer, ISO Second Class

by Climatronics Corporation     based in Bohemia, NEW YORK (USA)

The P/N 102725 Pyranometer is a thermopile-type sensor that meets WMO, ISO-9060. and the EPA's SRDT specifications. The pyranometer measures global (direct and diffuse) solar radiation. Its directional response, spectral selectivity, and built-in temperature compensation, assure accurate and reliable measurement under normal environmental ...

RainWise - Solar Radiation Sensor- Luminosity

by RainWise Inc.     based in Trenton, MAINE (USA)

The RainWise Luminosity Sensor is a photometric sensor designed for measurements of lighting conditions when the eye is the primary receiver. Applications include measurement of light in work areas, and from television screens.

RainWise - Model PAR - Solar Radiation Sensor-Quantum

by RainWise Inc.     based in Trenton, MAINE (USA)

The RainWise Quantum Solar Sensor is designed for measurements in solar, agricultural, meteorological, ecological and other environmental fields. It measures photosynthetically active radiation (PAR). Accurate measurements in the range of 400 to 700 nm are obtained under natural and artificial light conditions.

RainWise - Hours of Sunlight Sensor

by RainWise Inc.     based in Trenton, MAINE (USA)

The Hours of Sunlight Sensor has been discontinued. Hours of sun light is now determined using the Solar Radiation Pyranometer.

RainWise - Solar Radiation Pyranometer

by RainWise Inc.     based in Trenton, MAINE (USA)

The RainWise Pyranometer is designed for measurements in solar, agricultural, meteorological and hydrological studies. The sensor features a PIN silicon photo diode mounted in a fully cosine corrected miniature head.

Solar Radiation Sensor - Pyranometer, ISO First Class

by Climatronics Corporation     based in Bohemia, NEW YORK (USA)

The P/N 102771 Pyranometer is a thermopile-type sensor that meets WMO. ISO-9060 First Class, and the EPA's SRDT specifications. The pyranometer measures global (direct and diffuse) solar radiation. Its directional response, spectral selectivity, and built-in temperature compensation, assure accurate and reliable measurement under normal ...

Pyranometer EKO MS-802 Secondary Standard

by Ammonit Measurement GmbH     based in Berlin, GERMANY

The MS-802 highest class ISO Secondary Standard is used for the most demanding applications in PV, Meteorology, field research and solar radiation monitoring of global, tilted and diffuse irradiance.Thermopile, which has a flat spectral response at all wavelengths, is integrated as a sensor. Thermopiles generate electricity by thermo-electric ...

240-200SA Silicon Pyranometer

by NovaLynx Corporation     based in Grass Valley, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The Model 240-200SA Silicon Pyranometer is designed for field measurement of global solar radiation in agricultural, meteorological, and solar energy studies. In clear unobstructed daylight conditions, the 240-200SA compares favorably with first class thermopile type pyranometers, but at a fraction of the cost. It features a silicon photovoltaic ...

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