Der CS240DM ist ein smarter PRT (Platin-Widerstands- Temperatur) Sensor, den man an der Rückwand eines PV-Moduls anbringen kann. The CS240DM includes a new Campbell Scientific precision analog-to-digital, smart-sensor module that makes back-of-module temperature measurements that are among the most accurate measurements available today. The module, based on CR1000X design, is optimized for the Class A PRT and minimizes self-heating and lead-wire resistance. Measurement electronics are surge protected, include 1200 V isolation, and are environmentally protected with a rugged over-molding featuring an IP65 rating. Data is differentially transmitted in twisted-pair cabling, which is well suited for industrial energy applications with excellent noise rejection and high voltage, NEC Outdoor, UV, UL, and NEC ratings.Lesen Sie mehr
The CS240DM consists of a PT-1000 class A PRT encased in an aluminum disk. The disk protects the PRT, particularly during installation when pulled through conduit, and promotes heat transfer from the surface. An adhesive tab on the disk fastens the CS240DM to the measurement surface. If the temperature may exceed 70°C, Kapton tape is also required to secure the probe.
The CS240DM includes a Campbell Scientific precision analog-to-digital, smart-sensor module for making the measurements. The module design is optimized for the class A PRT that minimizes self-heating and lead-wire resistance. Measurement electronics are surge protected with 1200 V isolation and environmentally protected with a rugged overmolding with an IP65 rating.
The CS240DM provides PV stakeholders with highly accurate back-of-module temperature, even at long cable lengths, for use in power performance modeling and simulation of solar energy applications. Back-of-module temperature is critical for any evaluation of effective irradiance and power conversion.
|Measurement Temperature Range||-40° to +135°C|
|Disk Material||Anodized aluminum|
|Surge Protection||1200 V isolation|
|Conforms with Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive||(EMC)|
|Conforms with the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive||(RoHS2)|
|Disk Diameter||2.54 cm (1.0 in.)|
|Overall Probe Length||6.35 cm (2.5 in.)|
|Overmolded Joint Dimensions||5.72 x 1.12 x 1.47 cm (2.25 x 0.44 x 0.58 in.)|
|Weight||90.7 g with 3.2 m cable (0.2 lb with 10.5 ft cable)|
|Precision||1000 Ohm Class A platinum sensing element (PT-1000)|
|Tolerance||± (0.15 + 0.002t)|
|Temperature Coefficient of Resistance||TCR = 3850 ppm/K|
|Long-Term Stability||Maximum Ro drift 0.04% (after 1000 h at 400°C)|
|Protocol||Modbus RTU protocol (over RS-485)|
|Format||8 data bits, 1 stop bit, even parity as default (user-configurable)|
|Baud Rate||19200 bps as default (user-configurable)|
|Modbus ID||Last two digits of serial number as default (user-configurable)|
|Jacket Material||Black semi-gloss PVC, UL VW-1 sunlight resistant for outdoor use|
|Nominal Wire Diameter||0.61 mm (0.024 in.)|
Number of FAQs related to CS240DM: 2
A hot spot is caused if a cell in series is under-producing due to shading and gets reversed bias due to the other producing cells. For bifacial modules, as long as the front face is not shaded, all the cells should be producing and covering a small area on the back side and should not cause a severe mismatch.
Yes, it is NIST traceable.