"Robust and reliable solution for measuring solar irradiation"

  • What is Pyranometer?

    A pyranometer is an essential instrument used in solar plants to measure solar radiation levels. It specifically measures the global horizontal irradiance (GHI), which represents the total solar radiation received on a horizontal surface.
    The pyranometer helps solar plant operators understand the available solar energy resources at a particular location. By accurately measuring GHI, pyranometers provide valuable data for assessing the performance and efficiency of solar panels or photovoltaic (PV) systems.
    Pyranometers typically consist of a sensor that detects solar radiation, a protective dome to shield the sensor, and a data logger to record and analyze the measured irradiance values. The collected data from pyranometers assists in monitoring the performance of solar plants, conducting energy yield assessments, and supporting decision-making processes for solar energy projects.
    Pyranometers play a crucial role in the operation, monitoring, and optimization of solar plants by providing accurate measurements of solar radiation, which is essential for efficient energy generation and management.

    Why choose SuryaLogix Pyranometer?

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