0-5V/0-10V/4-20MA/RS485 Solar irradiance irradiance sensor transmitter meteorological outdoor solar radiation detector sensor
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0-5V/0-10V/4-20MA/RS485 Solar irradiance irradiance sensor transmitter meteorological outdoor solar radiation detector sensor

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type

Usage: Temperature Sensor

Material: Mixture

Type: Biosensor

Output: Digital Sensor

Theory: Optical Sensor

Model Number: Solar irradiance irradiance sensor

is_customized: Yes

Quality: A



Analog output

Power supply range : 10V~30V DC (0-10V output supply voltage needs 24VDC)

Output : 4-20mA, 0-5V, 0-10V

Maximum power consumption

Current output: 0.08W

Voltage output: 0.08W

Working humidity: 0%~100%RH

Working temperature :-40 C ~ 60 C

Spectral range :0.3~3μm

Measuring range: 0~1800W/m2

Resolution :1W/m2

Response time <=10S

Nonlinear <+-2%

Annual stability <+-2%

Cosine response <+-10%

Line length 60cm

Wiring


Wire color

Description

Power

Brown

Power supply (10~30V DC)

black

Power-

Communication

blue

Signal+

green

Signal-

Calculation formula

3.1 Current type signal output calculation method

For example, the range is 0~1800W/m2, 4~20mA output. When the output signal is 12mA, the current solar radiation value is calculated.

The solar radiation range spans 1800 W/m2 and is expressed by a 16 mA current signal, 1800 W/m2/16 mA = 112.5 W/m2.

/mA, that is, current 1mA represents solar radiation change 112.5W/m2, measured value 12mA-4mA=8mA, 8mA*112.5W/

M2/mA = 900W/m2, the current solar radiation value is 900W/m2.

3.2 Voltage type signal output conversion calculation

For example, the range is 0~1800W/m2, 0-10V output. When the output signal is 5V, the current solar radiation value is calculated. sun

The span of the radiation range is 1800W/m2, expressed by a 10V voltage signal, 1800W/m2/10V=180W/m2/V, that is, electricity

Pressure 1V represents solar radiation change 180W/m2, measured value 5V-0V=5V, 5V*180W/m2/V=900W/m2, current sun

The radiation value is 900 W/m2.

RS485 Output


Power supply range :10V~30V DC

Output : RS 485 (standard Modbus-RTU protocol)

Power consumption :0.08W

Working humidity: 0%~100%RH

Working temperature:  -40 C ~ 60 C

Spectral range:  0.3~3μm

Measuring range : 0~1800W/m2

Resolution :1W/m2

Response time :≤ 10S

Nonlinear: <±2%

Annual stability :≤ ± 2%

Cosine response: ≤ ± 10%

Line length : 60cm

Wiring


Wire color

Description

Power

Brown

Power supply (10~30V DC)

black

Power-

Communication

yellow

485+

blue

485-

Installation method

1. After the installation is complete, remove the protective cover

2. Make sure the bracket is installed and the radiation sensor is parallel to the ground.

3. Secure the sensor to the mounting bracket by using a screw through the mounting hole on the sensor.

4. Please note that the dust cover should not be damaged during the installation process, so as not to affect the measurement accuracy.

Installation method

1. After the installation is complete, remove the protective cover

2. Make sure the bracket is installed and the radiation sensor is parallel to the ground.

3. Secure the sensor to the mounting bracket by using a screw through the mounting hole on the sensor.

4. Please note that the dust cover should not be damaged during the installation process, so as not to affect the measurement accuracy.

 


Usage: Temperature Sensor

Material: Mixture

Type: Biosensor

Output: Digital Sensor

Theory: Optical Sensor

Model Number: Solar irradiance irradiance sensor

is_customized: Yes

Quality: A



Analog output

Power supply range : 10V~30V DC (0-10V output supply voltage needs 24VDC)

Output : 4-20mA, 0-5V, 0-10V

Maximum power consumption

Current output: 0.08W

Voltage output: 0.08W

Working humidity: 0%~100%RH

Working temperature :-40 C ~ 60 C

Spectral range :0.3~3μm

Measuring range: 0~1800W/m2

Resolution :1W/m2

Response time <=10S

Nonlinear <+-2%

Annual stability <+-2%

Cosine response <+-10%

Line length 60cm

Wiring


Wire color

Description

Power

Brown

Power supply (10~30V DC)

black

Power-

Communication

blue

Signal+

green

Signal-

Calculation formula

3.1 Current type signal output calculation method

For example, the range is 0~1800W/m2, 4~20mA output. When the output signal is 12mA, the current solar radiation value is calculated.

The solar radiation range spans 1800 W/m2 and is expressed by a 16 mA current signal, 1800 W/m2/16 mA = 112.5 W/m2.

/mA, that is, current 1mA represents solar radiation change 112.5W/m2, measured value 12mA-4mA=8mA, 8mA*112.5W/

M2/mA = 900W/m2, the current solar radiation value is 900W/m2.

3.2 Voltage type signal output conversion calculation

For example, the range is 0~1800W/m2, 0-10V output. When the output signal is 5V, the current solar radiation value is calculated. sun

The span of the radiation range is 1800W/m2, expressed by a 10V voltage signal, 1800W/m2/10V=180W/m2/V, that is, electricity

Pressure 1V represents solar radiation change 180W/m2, measured value 5V-0V=5V, 5V*180W/m2/V=900W/m2, current sun

The radiation value is 900 W/m2.

RS485 Output


Power supply range :10V~30V DC

Output : RS 485 (standard Modbus-RTU protocol)

Power consumption :0.08W

Working humidity: 0%~100%RH

Working temperature:  -40 C ~ 60 C

Spectral range:  0.3~3μm

Measuring range : 0~1800W/m2

Resolution :1W/m2

Response time :≤ 10S

Nonlinear: <±2%

Annual stability :≤ ± 2%

Cosine response: ≤ ± 10%

Line length : 60cm

Wiring


Wire color

Description

Power

Brown

Power supply (10~30V DC)

black

Power-

Communication

yellow

485+

blue

485-

Installation method

1. After the installation is complete, remove the protective cover

2. Make sure the bracket is installed and the radiation sensor is parallel to the ground.

3. Secure the sensor to the mounting bracket by using a screw through the mounting hole on the sensor.

4. Please note that the dust cover should not be damaged during the installation process, so as not to affect the measurement accuracy.

Installation method

1. After the installation is complete, remove the protective cover

2. Make sure the bracket is installed and the radiation sensor is parallel to the ground.

3. Secure the sensor to the mounting bracket by using a screw through the mounting hole on the sensor.

4. Please note that the dust cover should not be damaged during the installation process, so as not to affect the measurement accuracy.