... This features its low cost pyrgeometer, an accurate routine measurements and weatherproof cable connector. The users can use this with an easy way of leveling the instrument, including two CGR 3s can form a net pyrgeometer.
The SGR3 is a pyrgeometer, designed for meteorological measurements of downward atmospheric long wave radiation. The SGR3 uses a specially designed silicon window. On the inside a solar-blind filter blocks solar radiation. ...
The Pyrgeometer (Model: CGR 4), a tool for precise scientific measurements, features a specifically-designed meniscus dome which provides a definite 180º field of view with negligible directional response error. Furthermore, ...
SGR4 pyrgeometer is an instrument for the highest quality scientific measurements. The specially designed meniscus dome provides a 180º field of view with negligible directional response error. A hard-carbon coating on ...
... knowledge of the instrument temperature. The temperature measure is done by a 10kΩ NTC which is inside the body of the pyrgeometer. It has a wavelength range from 5.5 µm to 45 µm.
IR20 and IR20WS are research-grade pyrgeometers used for high-accuracy longwave irradiance measurement. The IR20 is equipped with a dome, and a solar blind filter with a cut-on at 4.5 x 10-6 m. The IR20 can measure either ...
The IR02, manufactured by Hukseflux® is a pyrgeometer with a heater suitable for longwave measurements in meteorological applications. It can be heated, which improves measurement accuracy as it prevents dew deposition ...
... For additional information on the application, use and specificatons of regular IR02 pyrgeometer, IR02 brochure and manual can be consulted. IR02-TR is a IR02 pyrgeometer with adapted housing, to accept ...
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A pyrgeometer is an instrument which measures far infrared atmospheric radiation (4.5 µm-100 µm).
Pyrgeometers are designed to operate in the field, even under the harshest climatological conditions. They are used in meteorological, atmospheric and other studies.
The pyregometer contains a thermopile which generates and output voltage when heated. This sensor sits beneath a silicon window which protects it from the environment and filters out all but the far infrared rays.