Furthermore, thanks to the integrated μ-processor controlled electronics and a temperature sensor, MacSolar can simulate typical characteristics of PV modules (current, voltage and output at MPP) enabling for instance the checking of exiting PV arrays.
The irradiance values are measured using mono-Si solar cells, which also assume the device’s power supply. Each device is calibrated by means of a solar simulator and a certified reference cell and the initial high accuracy is guaranteed by an internal automatic compensation mechanism.
Solar and sky radiation measuring device for the measurement of instantaneous values for luminous intensity from 0...1250W/m² and temperature from –40...+85°C. An additional peak value
mode is implemented.
Solar and sky radiation measuring device with USB HID interface for measuring luminous intensity from 0...1500W/m²
and temperature from –40...+85°C; it is suitable for permanent exterior use with the supplied brackets. The implemented software enables long-term measurements for up to 5 months and simulates
the yield of a photovoltaic installation based on the values measured.
Solar and sky radiation sensor with low impedance analogue output, measuring range 0 - 1400 W/m², equivalent 0 – 7 V,
supplied with brackets for permanent exterior use.
If you are interested in an individual and customised solution, we will be happy to advise you and be at your service.We can offer you a customized solution as a complete solution for your solar product. Right from the solar module, to the charge controller, to the storage system and even to the connector.
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