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The irradiance sensor orPV pyranometer is a device used to measure sunlight and monitor the performance of the solar system at any time. It is a well-known and cost-effective sensor. It measures the saved energy and the performance of the system accurately and reliably.

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  • Why choose silicon Irradiance Sensors?

  • Like other IMT equipment, the success of our silicon irradiance sensors is due to our dedication to deliver a product that is cost-effective, reliable, durable and accurate. Our sensors use a high-quality monocrystalline solar cell connected to a high accuracy shunt.

  • How long do Irradiance Sensors last?

  • Celebrating 25 years of building the industry’s most respected silicon irradiance sensors. Built for durability longevity even in extreme environments. World class silicon irradiance sensors designed to last decades: with or without temperature compensation and available in a variety of output signals.

  • What is at sensor radiance in remote sensing?

  • At-Sensor Radiance(often called radiancein the context of a hyperspectral imager) is the quantity most often measured in remote sensing applications. It is commonly thought of as the quantity of light the instrument collects. In the above image, it is noted as the at-sensor radiancefor this reason.

  • How do you calculate reflectivity from downwelling irradiance and at-sensor radiance?

  • If Downwelling Irradiance and At-Sensor Radiance are known, the reflectivity of an object (assuming the object is Lambertian) can be computed by: R = 蟺 * L / E, where L is the At-Sensor Radiance and E is the downwelling irradiance.

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