Der SR20-T2 wird von Hukseflux hergestellt und ist ein ISO 9060: 2018 Klasse A spectrally flat (secondary standard) Pyranometer, das die kurzwellige Sonnenstrahlung misst. Er hat einen eingebauten Temperatursensor und eine Heizung zur Trocknung von Tau und leichtem Regen. Man kann den Sensor direkt an einem Datenlogger von Campbell Scientific anschließen. Mit seiner hohen Messgenauigkeit ist der SR20-T2 ideal für Anwendungen aus der Forschung oder Solarkraftwerke.Lesen Sie mehr
The SR20-T2 pyranometer measures the hemispherical solar radiation received by a plane surface, in W/m2, from a 180° field of view. The SR20 can be deployed indoors with lamp-based solar simulators or more commonly outdoors under the sun. Its orientation depends on the application and may be installed horizontally, tilted for plane or array irradiance, positioned on a sun tracker with shadow-ring for diffuse measurements, or inverted for reflected radiation.
The SR20-T2’s low temperature dependence makes it an ideal candidate for use under very cold and very hot conditions. The temperature dependence of each instrument is tested and supplied as a second-degree polynomial. This information can be used for further reduction of temperature dependence during post-processing.
The SR20 is equipped with an internal temperature sensor. Campbell Scientific supplies the T2 version, which has a 10 kohm thermistor. The T1 version, in contrast, has a PT100 and is available upon request.
The embedded heater reduces measurement errors caused by early-morning dew deposition. Campbell Scientific recommends using the instrument in accordance with the recommended practices of ISO, WMO and ASTM.
The output of the SR20-T2 is analog. The SR20-D2-L model, in contrast, offers two other types of commonly used irradiance outputs: digital via Modbus RTU over 2-wire RS-485, and analogue 4 to 20 mA output (current loop).
|Sensor||High-quality blackened thermopile protected by two glass domes|
|Measurement Description||Measures hemispherical solar radiation|
|ISO Classification||Spectrally flat Class A (secondary standard) pyranometer (ISO 9060:2018 )|
|WMO Performance Level||High-quality pyranometer|
|Response Time||3 s (95%)|
|Zero Offset A||5 W/m2 (unventilated), 2.5 W/m2 (ventilated) (response to 200 W/m2 net thermal radiation)|
|Zero Offset B||≤ -2 W/m2 (response to 5 K/h change in ambient temperature)|
|Non-Stability||≤ -0.5% change per year|
|Non-Linearity||≤ -0.2% (100 to 1000 W/m2)|
|Directional Response||< ±10 W/m2|
|Spectral Selectivity||< ±3% (0.35 to 1.5 x 10-6 m)|
|Temperature Response||< ±1% (-10° to +40°C), < 0.4% (-30° to +50°C) with correction in data processing|
|Tilt Response||< ±0.2% (0 to 90° at 1000 W/m2)|
|Heater||1.5 W (at 12 Vdc)|
|Steady-state Zero Offset||0 to -8 W/m2 (caused by heating)|
|Calibration Uncertainty||< 1.2% (k=2)|
|Level Accuracy||< 0.1° (bubble entirely in ring)|
|Sensor Resistance Range||100 to 200 ohm|
|Operating Temperature Range||-40° to +80°C|
|Field of View (FOV)||180°|
|Measurement Range||0 to 4000 W/m2|
|Sensitivity||7 to 25 x 10-6 V/(W/m2)|
|Spectral Range||285 to 3000 x 10-9 m (20% transmission points)|
Please note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible products.
The SR20-T2 heater is a 1.5 W heater at 12 Vdc. The SW12 power out port on the CR800/850, CR1000, and other data loggers can supply the needed 0.125 A for the heater, as that port can supply 0.9 A at 20°C. More typically, relays controlled by the data logger digital I/O ports are used to control the power supply.