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An albedometer measures the ratio between reflected and incident solar energy striking a surface. The albedo is a non-dimensional unit of measurement ranging from zero (perfectly black, non-reflective surface) to one (a perfect mirror).
Albedometers are used in the realms of atmospheric science, climatology, agriculture, at weather stations, etc.
The albedometer consists of two pyranometers mounted back-to-back, one pointing up, the other, down. The one pointed skyward measures both direct and diffuse global incident solar energy. The one directed toward the ground measures reflected energy. The relationship between the two measurements is expressed in albedos.
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285 - 2800 nm, 7 - 14 µV/W/m² | CMA 11 Kipp & Zonen
CMA 11 complies with the highest level of ISO classification, Secondary Standard. Is recommended for scientific applications, for which accuracy needs to be according to the highest standards. The lightweight...
285 - 2800 nm, 5 - 20 µV/W/m² | CMA 6 Kipp & Zonen
CMA 6 complies with the second highest level, First Class. CMA 6 is constructed around two CMP 6 pyranometer sensors. Both sensors are contained in a single housing. The CMA albedometers are significantly...
0 - 2 000 W/m2, 305 - 2 800 nm | LP PYRA 05 / 06 Delta Ohm
Delta Ohm manufactures two different models of albedometers: LP PYRA 05 is constructed starting from two 1st class* pyranometers and the LP PYRA 06 starting from two 2nd class* pyranometers (* according...
SRA01 Hukseflux Thermal Sensors B.V.
Albedo is defined as the ratio of diffusely reflected to incident solar radiation. In general, the albedo depends on the directional distribution of incoming radiation and surface properties. Albedos...
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