HD2402 Optical Radiation Multisensor Monitor

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HD2402: Multi-sensor instrument, data logger for the measurement of noncoherent
optical radiation. Complete with: DeltaLog13 software (version
1.0.1.0) to download, monitor and process the data on personal computer,
hardware key CH20 to enable the software, CP24 cable, power supply
SWD05, manual, carrying case.
 

HD2402 is a portable photo-radiometer data logger for the measurement of noncoherent
optical radiation in accordance with European Directive 2006/25/
EC and the Legislative Decree No 81, April 9, 2008.
The instrument consists of a series of sensors to cover different portions of the
spectrum and a small laser which is used to indicate the analyzed source.
The various sensors operate in the following spectral fields:

     • Photometric sensor for measuring the illuminance (lux meter) in the spectral range 380÷780 nm.
     • Radiometric sensor for the UV band (220÷400 nm) with spectral weighing factor S(λ).
     • Radiometric sensor for UVA band (315÷400 nm).
     • Radiometric sensor for the band 400÷700 nm (blue) with spectral weighing factor B (λ).
     • Radiometric sensor for the IR band (700÷1300 nm) with spectral weighing factor R(λ).
     • Thermopile sensor for the measurement of irradiance in the infrared spectral range 400÷2800 nm.
Multi-sensor instrument, data logger for the measurement of noncoherent
optical radiation. Complete with: DeltaLog13 software (version
1.0.1.0) to download, monitor and process the data on personal computer,
hardware key CH20 to enable the software, CP24 cable, power supply
SWD05, manual, carrying case.

 

The HD2402 can be powered either by connecting it to a PC, receiving power
directly from the USB port of your PC, or via an external power supply with USB
output (code SWD05). The CP24 connection cable is fitted with a M12 connector
on the instrument side and an USB type A connector on the PC side or to the
power supply SWD05.
Using the software DeltaLog13 from version 1.0.1.0 and a PC, the HD2402
can be configured (calendar, date, time, start and duration of logging), and you
can download and analyze the stored data or acquire the real-time data. Once
configured, the data logger can be disconnected from the PC and connected to
its power supply for capturing and storing data according to the programmed
settings.

Instrument specifications

Instrument

Dimensions: (Length x Width x Height) 69x69x155 mm 74x74x155 mm with protective shell
Weight: 500 g
Materials: Aluminium alloy
Protective shell: Rubber

Operating conditions
Working temperature: -5 … 50°C
Storage temperature: -25 … 65°C
Working relative humidity: 0 … 85% RH no condensation
Protection: degree IP 64

Power supply
Power adapter: (cod. SWD05) 5Vdc/1A
Stored data security: unlimited
Serial interface: output for connection to the PC using the USB cable CP24
Storage capacity: 96,000 recordings, corresponding to approximately 26 hours of continuous data acquisition.
Storage interval: fixed at 1 second.

Measuring ranges:
Measurement of the illuminance in the spectral range 380÷780 nm
0 ÷ 399.9 lux
0 ÷ 3.999 • 103 lux
0 ÷ 39.99 • 103 lux
0 ÷ 399.9 • 103 lux

Measurement of the UV radiation in the spectral range 220÷400 nm with spectral weighing factor S(λ)
0 ÷ 39.99 • 10-3 W/m2
0 ÷ 399.9 • 10-3 W/m2
0 ÷ 3.999 W/m2
0 ÷ 39.99 W/m2

Measurement of the ultraviolet radiation in the spectral UVA range (315÷400nm)
0 ÷ 399.9 W/m2
0 ÷ 3.999 • 103 W/m2
0 ÷ 39.99 • 103 W/m2
0 ÷ 399.9 • 103 W/m2

Measurement of the radiation in the spectral range 400÷700 nm (blue) with spectral weighing factor B(λ)
0 ÷ 399.9 • 10-3 W/m2
0 ÷ 3.999 W/m2
0 ÷ 39.99 W/m2
0 ÷ 399.9 W/m2

Measurement of infrared radiation in the spectral field 700÷1300 nm, with spectral weighing factor R(λ)
0 ÷ 399.9 W/m2
0 ÷ 3.999 • 103 W/m2
0 ÷ 39.99 • 103 W/m2
0 ÷ 399.9 • 103 W/m2

Measurement of infrared radiation, spectral range 400÷2800 nm
0 ÷ 3.999 • 103 W/m2