CMP-3 sunshine intensity meter
The accurate second-level thermocouple sunshine intensity meter comes from Kipp & Zonen, the world's leading manufacturer of solar radiation equipment.
The CMP-3 sunlight intensity meter conforms to the second standard of ISO-9060. A thermocouple element can be used to obtain the radiant flux between 310 and 2800 nm, thereby measuring the irradiance of a certain plane. Ideal for day-to-day meteorological measurement applications of secondary standard sunshine intensity meters.
The Adcon amplifier integrated in the sensor can convert the thermocouple output signal to a 0-2.5V signal, which is compatible with all Adcon RTUs.
The sensor is equipped with all pole-mounted equipment, two pipe fixing clips and a 2 m shielded cable with a Pentax 7-pin connector, which can be used with all
Adcon amplifiers can convert thermocouple output signals to R723 compatible A723 and A733 series.
Albedo meter, ground radiation intensity meter, net radiation, primary sensor, secondary standard
Adcon also customized amplifiers for other Kipp & Zonen products, such as CMP-6, CG3 and NR1 sensors. The German Aerospace Center in Mecklenburg has placed 25 albedo meters and 25 ground radiation intensity meters on the A740 and A753 weather stations, so that satellite images can truly reflect the ground conditions. If you have a project need, please contact the nearest Adcon distributor or contact us directly!
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|Illuminance||2000 W/m2||2000 W/m2|
|Temperature coefficient of sensitivity||+/-5%(-10°C...40°C)||+/-0.15%/°C|
-40°C ... 80°C
-40°F ... 176°F
-30°C ... 70°C
-22°F ... 158°F
|Instability (change / year)||+/-1%||Not applicable|
|Non-linearity (0-1000W / m2)||+/-2.5%||Not applicable|
|Tilt response (1000W / m2)||+/-3%||Not applicable|