Kipp & Zonen, Inc. Datasheets for Radiometers

Radiometers are used to measure the intensity of electromagnetic radiation (e.g., UVC, UVB, UVA, Vis, and IR). They are univariate devices that do not distinguish between light of different wavelengths. In addition to wavelength range, radiometers carry specifications such as sensor diameter, power range, accuracy, resolution, operating temperature range, and humidity range
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Product Name Notes
Direct solar measurements using an integrated solar tracker Diffuse and scattered measurements by programmed sky scans Active sun sensor tracking correction The POM-01 sky radiometer uses a single detector and...
Easy to install and to access data Excellent directional response Precise temperature correction Extremely low power consumption RS-485 Modbus® RTU digital output 0 to 1 V analogue output The new...
Extended near infrared range Wide operating temperature range Ideal for ground-thruthing satellite data POM-02 has all the features of the POM-01. But with extended waveband ranges into the near infrared.
For monitoring of ‘total UV’ irradiance Excellent linearity and directional response Active temperature correction from -40°C to +80°C No change of desiccant for 10 years RS-485 Modbus® communication 5 year...
For monitoring of ‘total UV’ irradiance Excellent linearity and directional response Reliable under all weather conditions 5 year warranty (*) CUV5 is a general-purpose instrument for applications in meteorology, for...
Indoor calibration Pyranometers and albedometers High accuracy ISO 9847 CFR offers a solution for quality control of the stability of the pyranometers that are used in a network. The procedure...
Light Weight ISO 9060 Second Class Pyranometers Optional integrated ventilation unit The CNR4 net radiometer measures the energy balance between incoming short-wave and long-wave Far Infrared (FIR) radiation versus surface-reflected...
Virtually maintenance free Easy to use NR Lite2 is designed for routine measurement of net radiation which is the balance between incoming and outgoing radiation under outdoor conditions. The design...