Pyra 300 V

Pyra 300 V is low cost routine/ standard pyranometer suited for small solar project capacity. The sensor’s transducer, which converts incident radiation to electrical current, is a silicon photodiode with wide spectral response. From the sensor’s output voltage, the console calculates and displays solar irradiance. It also integrates the irradiance values and displays total incident energy over a set period of time.         

Pyra 300 V is low cost routine/ standard pyranometer suited for small solar project capacity. The sensor’s transducer, which converts incident radiation to electrical current, is a silicon photodiode with wide spectral response. From the sensor’s output voltage, the console calculates and displays solar irradiance. It also integrates the irradiance values and displays total incident energy over a set period of time.                       

Key Specifications

  • Operating Temperature : -40° to +65° C
  • Storage Temperature : -45° to +70°C
  • Transducer : Silicon photodiode
  • Spectral Response : 400 to 1100 nanometers Cosine Response
  • Percent of Reading : ±3% (0° to ±70° ), ±10% (±70° to ±85° )
  • Percent of Full Scale : ±2% (0° to ±90°)
  • Temperature Coefficient : + 0.12% per °C
  • Reference temperature : 25°C
  • Housing Material : UV-resistant PVC plastic
  • Weight : 250 g
  • Range : 0 to 1800 W/m2
  • Accuracy : ±5% of full scale
  • Drift : up to ±2% per year
  • Output : 0 to 5 VDC (0- 1800 w/m2)
  • Power supply : 7- 24 VDC 1mA (typical)