SR30-M2-D1
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Thermal Sensors Digital Class A (secondary standard) pyranometer with heating and tilt sensor • • • • Heated for best data availability: RVH TM technology outperforms traditional pyranometer ventilation The first pyranometer compliant in its standard configuration with the IEC 61724-1:2017 requirements for Class A PV monitoring systems Low cost of ownership: remote diagnostics and supported by a worldwide calibration organisation Spectrally flat: WMO compliant, also suitable for Plane of Array, diffuse, and albedo measurement compliant with IEC 61724-1:2017 Class A RVHTM technology included with heating with tilt sensor Figure 1 SR30-M2-D1 spectrally flat Class A pyranometer with heating, internal ventilation and tilt sensor Figure 2 SR30 users are supported by the worldwide Hukseflux calibration and service organisation Introduction Welcome to the next level in solar radiation monitoring! The all-digital heated SR30-M2-D1 offers the highest accuracy and highest data availability: using Recirculating Ventilation and Heating (RVH TM) technology, SR30 outperforms pyranometers equipped with traditional ventilation systems. SR30 is the ideal instrument for use in PV system performance monitoring and meteorological networks. It measures the solar radiation received by a plane surface, in W/m2, from a 180 o field of view angle. SR30 is an ISO 9060 spectrally flat Class A (previously “secondary standard”) pyranometer. It is employed where the highest measurement accuracy is required. SR30-M2-D1 offers improved electronics over its predecessor SR30-D1. Copyright by Hukseflux. Version 2202. We reserve the right to change specifications without prior notice Page 1/6. For Hukseflux Thermal Sensors go to www.hukseflux.com or e-mail us: info@huks

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Thermal Sensors SR30-M2-D1 offers several advantages over competing pyranometers: Spectrally flat as required for meteorology and PV monitoring The new ISO 9060:2018 version defines pyranometer classes A, B and C. The standard also adds a new subclass, called "spectrally flat". The vast majority of users needs to use instruments of the spectrally flat subclass; only spectrally flat instruments measure with high accuracy, also when a cloud obscures the sun, or when the irradiance includes reflected radiation. These situations occur for example when you measure Global Horizontal irradiance...

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Thermal Sensors calibration: • low demand on infrastructure: SR30’s RVHTM requires less than 3 W power, compared to 10 W for traditional ventilation systems reduction of unnecessary on-site inspection by remote diagnostics designed for efficient servicing; easy local diagnostics. supported by an efficient calibration and maintenance organisation. Hukseflux offers local support in the main global economies: USA, EU, China, India, Japan and Brazil. Recalibration is recommended every 2 years, which is good practice in the industry. Remote sensor diagnostics Figure 5 SR30-M2-D1 includes a...

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Thermal Sensors SR30 design SR30 pyranometer employs a state-of-the-art thermopile sensor with black coated surface, two domes and an anodised aluminium body. It offers a digital output via Modbus RTU over 2-wire RS-485. The pyranometer dome is heated by ventilating the area between the inner and outer dome using RVH TM - Recirculating Ventilation and Heating - technology. 5 Figure 6 overview of SR30: (1) cable, (2) connector, (3) sun screen, (4) bubble level, (5) bubble level window, (6) outer dome, (7) inner dome, (8) thermal sensor with black coating, (9) internal ventilation vents, (10)...

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Thermal Sensors Figure 7 improved Sensor Manager software allows the user to change the Modbus address and communication settings spring-loaded levelling; a practical mount for easy mounting, levelling and instrument exchange on flat surfaces tube levelling mount with set of bolts longer cable; 10 and 20 metres calibration certificate including name and contact information of the customer Levelling mounts There are several mounting options available for SR30. They allow for simplified mounting, levelling and instrument exchange on a flat surface or a tube. Figure 9 PMF01 pyranometer...

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Thermal Sensors SR30 digital spectrally flat Class A pyranometer with heating Nowadays, the best pyranometers are made by Hukseflux Thermal Sensors. This overview of features and benefits of SR30-M2-D1 gives you some of the reasons why! Whatever your application is, Hukseflux offers the highest accuracy in every class at the most attractive price level. Best compliance with standards • first pyranometer to comply with IEC 61724-1 Class A requirements • heated domes, Recirculating Ventilation and Heating (RVH TM) technology • tilt measurement Best accuracy and data availability • • • • •...

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