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Pyranometer for measuring solar radiation

Pyranometer for measuring solar radiation

€187.00 (tax incl.) (€155.83 VAT excl.)

Pyranometer for Vantage Pro 2 weather station allowing the measurement of solar radiation in W/m² but also the calculation of evapotranspiration with the other sensors of the weather station.

Reference
6450
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Pyranometer for measuring solar radiation and calculating potential evapotranspiration (PET). The probe housing has been designed to reduce heating of the internal diode due to solar radiation.

The probe is equipped with a spirit level for easy installation and a 60 cm long cable. The probe connects directly to the SIM card in the sensor suite of your Vantage Pro 2 station. To install this sensor on a Vantage Pro 2 weather station ISS, you need the optional solar sensor bracket (Ref:6673), which also attaches the 6490 UV sensor.  

Miscellaneous
Composition
UV-resistant ABS plastic
Measure
Solar radiation
Measuring range
Spectral response: 400 to 1100 nanometres
Size
51 x 70 x 57 mm
Weight
226 g
Output
0-3V
Wiring
RJ11, 4 conductors, 26 AWG
Warranty
2 years
Length
0.6 meters
Storage temperature
-45°C to 70°C
Solar radiation
Units of measurement
W/m²
Resolution
1
Accuracy
±5% at full scale (Reference: Eppley PSP at 1000 W/m2) plus 45 W/m2 per additional 30 m cable
Measurement frequency
50 seconds to 1 minute
Drift
up to ±2% per year

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