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SP-110 Apogee SOLAR RADIATION PYRANOMETER

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The Sensor measures: Solar Light Radiation W/m2
Output Signal: mV
Cable Length: 5 meters
Power Supply: Does not require
Sensor for use in: Outdoor

Pyranometer 300-1100 nm. Range Max. 1000 Wm-2
Pyranometer sensors measure the shortwave radiation reaching the Earth's surface, measured in Joules m-2 s-1 or Watts m-2.

Includes
screw for optional leveling base.
Otional 2.5 Stereo jack for HOBO logger external input channel.

Cosine Response:
45º zenith angle: ± 1%
75º zenith angle: ± 5%

Absolute Accuracy: ± 5%

Output:
Responsivity: 0.20 mV per W m-2
In Full Sunlight: 220 mV (1100 W m-2)
Linear Range: 0 - 350 mV (0 - 1750 W m-2); 1.75 full sun

Uniformity: ± 3%

Repeatability: ± 1%

Sensitivity: Custom calibrated to exactly 5.00 W m-2 per mV

Operating Environment:
-25 to 55 C
0 to 100% relative humidity
Designed for continuous outdoor use
Can be submerged in water

Materials: Anodized aluminum with cast acrylic lens

Weight: 70 g (with 5 m lead wire)

Input Power: None, self-powered

Cable:
5 meters of twisted-pair wire
Foil shield
Santoprene jacket
Ending in pigtail leads
Additional cable is available in multiples of 5 meters
Otional 2.5 Stereo jack for HOBO logger external input channel.

Warranty: 4 year 

Wiring the SP-110 Sensor

Attach the sensor to a meter or datalogger capable of displaying or recording a mV output.

In 'Connector Options', you can choose to have the sensor with a connector for a HOBO Data Logger.

The model, serial number, production date, and conversion factor are located on the sensor cable.

 
The SP-110 pyranometer a is self-powered, unamplified pyranometer.
For Amplified Models, see: 
 SP-212 Apogee Precission Amplified Pyranometer 
 SP-215 Apogee PRECISION AMPLIFIED PYRANOMETER 
 SP-214 Apogee Amplified 4-20 4-20 mA o/p Pyranometer    

Mounting the Pyranometer
Mount the pyranometer sensor to a solid surface with the nylon mounting bolt. The sensor should be mounted level for the most accurate measurements. We recommend using our leveling plate AL-100 (see accessories).

The pyranometer sensor should be mounted with the cable pointing toward true north in the northern hemisphere or true south in the southern hemisphere to minimize azimuth error. The azimuth error is typically less than 1%.

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