The sensor FAR61xx is intended for continuous measurements of global radiation (W/m²), that is the sum of the direct solar radiation and the diffuse sky radiation.
The pyranometer measures global solar radiation on a plane/level surface (Watt/m²). The Measured radiation is the sum of direct solar radiation and diffuse sky radiation (global radiation).
PCTRA056 pyranometer is intended for solar radiation measurement on a plane/level surface (Watt/m²). The radiation measured is the sum of direct sun and of diffuse irradiance (global radiation).
The sensor belongs to an economical range of ISO 9060 class C pyranometers for measurement of global solar radiation received by a plane surface, in W/m², from a 180° field of view angle.
The PCTRA055 measures the net radiation across a surface, from near ultraviolet to far infrared. The Net radiation is defined as the difference between the radiation that reaches the upper surface and the irradiation on the lower surface of the net radiometer.
The PCTRA054 albedometer is manufactured using 2 second class pyranometers (according to ISO9060 and WMO standards). The albedometer uses 2 identical opposing pyranometer: one facing upwards (sky) the other facing downwards (ground).
The first measures the incoming global radiation (direct + diffuse), while the second measures solar radiation reflected from the surface below.
The FAR612CA is an equipment designed for the measurement of Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR). It can measure the luminous flux (sunlight or artificial) expressed as number of photons per surface unit in time, in the spectral range 400 ÷ 700 nm.
The PCTRA068 albedometer measures the net global radiation, as well as the albedo of grounds (albedo is the ratio between diffuse radiation from a determined surface and the quantity of radiation that arrives on the surface).
The PCTRA051 radiometer is based on a solid state sensor with spectral range response limited to the desired one via interference filters.
The radiometer PCTRA052 is intended for global radiation measurement in the UVB spectral range on a plane/level surface (Watt/m2).
The PCTRA078 sensor measure illuminance (lux), defined as the ratio between the luminous flux (lumen) through a surface and the surface area (m2).
The PAR sensor PCTRA0xx is an instrument designed for the measurement of Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR); the sensor is able to measure the luminous flux (solar or artificial) expressed as the number of photons per surface unit in the unit time, in the spectral range of 400 ...700nm.