High Output Light Sensor from Skye Instrument

This product guide presents discussion related to output range, power, offset, ground, supply, output, source, current consumption, response, amplifier, power supply, outputs, and rays. In this product guide we can find information around response curves, light sensors, maximum output, sensor, negative output, positive power supply, positive power, light, amplifier gain, silicon cell pyranometer, solar radiation, angle, and thermopile pyranometers.

Lots of info like wire colour function, sensor maintenance, product, systems, maintenance, lux, wire, voltage, wire colour, instruments, screen, voltage limits, and normal solar irradiance are presented in this product guide. Here are selected from this product guide:

All sensors use high quality photodiodes and spectral filters, and are individually calibrated to National Standards. Each is supplied with a traceable Calibration Certificate. The HOPL High Output Light Sensors include a built in amplifier with a choice of outputs for compatibility with most dataloggers, data acquisition systems, controllers and PLCs. The outputs can be one of a range of voltages – please see your Calibration Certificate for the exact model and output range of your sensor. HOPL sensors are also available with a 4-20 mA output, these are covered in a separate manual. This manual covers the five types of sensor in this range, three PAR or Photosynthetically Active Radiation sensors (PAR Quantum, PAR Special and PAR Energy), a total solar radiation Pyranometer plus Lux sensors for human or animal studies.

Furthermore, this product guide contains information such as solar irradiance, total solar radiation, pyranometer, research systems, cable, energy, pyranometers, calibration, screened cable, surface, light source, output voltage, and radiation.

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