SR05 by Hukseflux is the most affordable digital solar radiation sensor meeting ISO requirements

Hukseflux, a leading manufacturer of pyranometers, both in market share and technology, has launched the new SR05 pyranometer. SR05 is the most affordable digital pyranometer meeting ISO 9060 second class requirements. The pyranometer has unique features and significant benefits for installation in large networks and systems.

SR05 measures solar radiation received by a plane surface, in W/m2, from a 180 degree field of view angle. It is ideal for general solar radiation measurements in (agro-)meteorological networks and PV monitoring. The pyranometer is easy to mount and install, in particular with SR05's ball levelling mechanism. Various outputs are available, both digital and analogue, for ease of integration. Optionally SR05 has a unique ball levelling mechanism and tube mount for easy mounting and levelling on a (non-)horizontal surface or tube.


SR05 benefits:
-Industry standard digital outputs: easy implementation and servicing
-Easy mounting and levelling
-Pricing: second class pyranometers finally affordable for large networks

Contact Hukseflux to view SR05 configurations, options and pricing.

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