MS-410 Pyranometer

  • ISO 9060 First class
  • Double dome for lower zero offset
  • Balance costs and quality
  • ISO 17025 certified calibration
  • 5 years warranty
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The MS-410 First class pyranometer made for routine global solar radiation measurements. The MS-410 is perfectly suited for sampling 10-minute averages of the solar radiative flux in horizontal or tilted configurations. It is fully compliant with the ISO9060 "First Class" norm. The flat sensor surface, coated with a special, highly absorbing black paint, is protected by two transparent hemispheric glass domes. The MS-410 has a practical light-weight anodized aluminum housing and a stable low TC detector. These features, together with the two, high quality machined hemispheric glass domes are the key to the excellent performance characteristics of the MS-410.

The MS-410 pyranometers are manufactured in a consistent way followed by strict quality inspection and performance evaluation. EKO provides a unique ...

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  Specifications MS-410
  ISO 9060 classification First Class
  Output Analog (mV)
Response time 95% < 18 Sec.
Zero Offset A 200W/m² < 6 W/m²
Zero Offset B 5K/hr +/- 2 W/m²
  Non-stability change/1 year +/- 1.5 %
Non-linearity at 1000W/m² +/- 1 %
Directional response at 1000W/m² < 20 W/m²
  Spectral selectivity 0.35-1.5µm +/- 1 %
Temperature response -10°C to 40°C < 2 %
Tilt response at 1000W/m² < 2 %
Sensitivity Approx. 10 µV/W/m²
  Impedance 140 Ω
  Operating temperature range -40 - 80 °C
Irradiance range 0 - 2000 W/m²
Wavelength range 285 - 3000 nm
  Ingress protection IP 67
  Cable length 10 m
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