The CHP1 pyrheliometer is the most commonly used radiometer for the measurement of direct normal irradiance (DNI) and offers high accuracy and reliability. CHP1 fully complies with the most current ISO and WMO performance ...
... and configuration data, with user-selectable options. SHP1 pyrheliometers come with low power consumption, making the detector operation insensitive to internal heating. The pyrheliometers can perform ...
The LP PYRHE 16 is a Class I pyrheliometer based on ISO 9060 standards. It directly measures solar irradiance in the unit of Watt/m2. The surface which receives should be place in a perpendicular manner relative with ...
... the panels more closely than other types of pyrheliometers. The product provides a thermally isolated low power window heater in the foreoptic. The heater abolishes the formation of dew on the pyrheliometer ...
The DR01 is a Pyheliometer that is constructed in accordance to ISO and WMO standards. It is characterized by its foreoptic structure that is constructed with an accurate ground and polished quartz lens ideal for spectral solar transmissions ...
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The pyrheliometer measures solar radiation incident within a band of just a few degrees. It is similar to the pyranometer, though the latter measures solar radiation falling on a surface and has an angle of view of 180°.
This device is a field instrument designed for use in even the harshest climatological conditions. It is found at weather stations and photovoltaic installations, and in atmospheric, climatological and other research.
This instrument uses a narrow tube to limit the sensor's field of view. As in a pyranometer, this sensor is a thermopile which produces an output voltage when heated by the sun's rays. Its narrow angle of view requires the pyrheliometer to be linked to a solar tracker.