Sunmeter PRO Sunspec is based on Sunmeter PRO, a digital photovoltaic pyranometer (or silicon irradiance sensor) for calculating photovoltaic performance with a high degree of precision and reliability. This SUNMETER also has a SUNSPEC prescribed Modbus mapping. Like the Sunmeter PRO, the PRO SUNSPEC has a cell laminated in glass that increases the durability and stability of measurements over time; the microprismatic glass is the same glass used in photovoltaic modules. This irradiance sensor, thanks to a precise production process, has a performance decline of less than 1.5% per year.
Sunmeter PRO SUNSPEC is equipped with an FW capable of managing the SUNSPEC mapping present in many recent generation inverters.
Sunmeter PRO SUNSPEC has all the E.M.C certifications and is Fimer Power-One approved.
The FIMER ordering code is: YCU.00198 (SM1 – 485 PRO), while for the kit version with temperature sensor module it is: ycu.00200 (SM1 – 485 PRO kit).
Below is a list of compatible FIME/ABB inverters.
Note: the terms irradiance sensor, photovoltaic pyranometer, reference cell and solarimeter are interchangeable. On this site we will use photovoltaic pyranometer. To learn more click here.
Microprismatic front glass for photovoltaic modules
Monocrystalline silicon cell
Inbuilt TZOS® technology for measurement
IEC 60904-2 compliant, RS485 standard Modbus RTU for reliable signals up to 500m from the datalogger
IEC EN 61724-1 compliant (standard for PV Monitoring Sistems)
Uses temperature compensation for more accurate reading.
Performance decline of less than 1.5% per year.
Separation between irradiance sensors and electronic board
Higher weather resistance.
IEC EN 61215 par.10,11,12 compliant (product aging).
Fixing brackets for easy installation.
Accurate calibration with primary calibrated regularly at Accredited Institute IEC 60904-4
High calibration of temperature data for an error less than 1%
FREE 12 month recalibration service included.
The technological improvements aim to extend the product useful lifespan to at least 7-8 years.
Sunmeter PRO SUNSPEC
solar irradiance sensor with monocrystalline silicon cell (photovoltaic pyranometer)
IEC 60904-2; 60904-4; 60904-10, EN 61215
Digital Modbus SUNSPEC MAP
Made through a double adjustment for comparison with a PV reference cell calibrated by the Dakks accredited ISFH Institute.
0 ÷ 1500 W/m2 (IEC EN 61724-1 compliant)
0,3 μm ÷ 1,1 μm
-30÷ +90 °C (with external PT100)
0 ÷ 10 V, 0 ÷ 5 V
(optional kit for 0 – 40 mV)
0÷ 20 mA, 4÷ 20 mA
RS485 standard Modbus RTU
9 ÷ 30 Vdc protected against reverse polarity and short circuiting
Laminated with glass for photovoltaic modules, E.V.A. UV resistant (see IEC 60904-2)
Aluminum with screw-clamp for mounting
50cm with UV-resistant casing
Male M12 8 IP67; Female M8 3 pin IP67
114x70x22mm without the fixing clamp
(1) Output: Digital RS485 always present with six cables n # 4 and n # 5. Cable # 6 can be configured for both current and voltage output
(2) Recalibration service is included in the price, recommended after the first 12-18 months
Sm configuration for Android smartphone and tablet
SMCONFIG allows you to configure Sunmeter in the field from your Android smartphone. It is no longer necessary to bring the Sunmeter back to the laboratory for configuration.
The software allows you to:
make a diagnosis of the basic functions.
log irradiance, temperature and wind (Sunmeter Wind only) readings.
The software is available for free on this page in the downloads area. In addition to the software it is necessary to have a USB / RS485 converter, an adapter cable between microUSB/USB and a female connector M12 4 pin for Sunmeter.
In the Download area you can find a wiring diagram of our cable that connects Smartphone/Tablet or PC with the irradiance sensor, it takes and transforms the voltage present on the USB (Price on request). Alternatively, it is possible to use other cables with external power supply (9V battery).
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