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MS-57 Pyrheliometer

282,900.22

Make: Eko                                      Model: MS-57
✅ Ultra-fast and incredibly accurate, the Class A MS-57 is a unique DNI sensor fully traceable to the World Radiometric Reference with competition-beating long-term stability and exceptional reliability.
✅ Measurand: Direct normal incidence (DNI)
✅ Sensor Type: DNI
✅ Standards & Classifications: ISO 9060:2018 Class A
✅ Signal Output: Analog
✅ Supplied With: 5 Year Warranty & Recommended Recalibration Interval, 10 m cable, Factory test/ Calibration Certificates.
                   
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MS-57 Pyrheliometer:

Introducing the ISO 9060:2018 Class A MS-57 Pyrheliometer, a cutting-edge solar irradiance sensor that boasts ultra-fast and incredibly accurate measurements. With competition-beating long-term stability and exceptional reliability, this sensor is truly second-to-none in its class. The MS-57 is designed to provide precise and accurate data that you can rely on.

Fully traceable to the World Radiometric Reference, the MS-57 is designed specifically for solar energy research, monitoring, and meteorological applications. Whether you are a researcher looking to study solar energy or a meteorologist studying the effects of solar radiation on the weather, the MS-57 is the perfect tool for the job. Built to withstand extreme weather conditions, this sensor features an operating temperature range from -40 to +80°C and comes equipped with an integrated low-power heater to prevent dew and frost deposition on the outside window.

Made in Japan, the MS-57 is a product of our commitment to quality and design excellence. We have designed and built the MS-57 to be the best in class for every application. Our dedication to craftsmanship is evident in every aspect of this sensor, from its rugged construction to its precise measurements. And, because it is manufactured in Japan, you can trust that it is built to last.

In addition, The MS-57 is also equipped with state-of-the-art technology that allows for easy data collection and analysis. This makes it easy for you to get the data you need quickly and easily. And, because it is easy to use, the MS-57 is a great choice for both experienced researchers and those new to solar energy research.

In conclusion, the ISO 9060:2018 Class A MS-57 Pyrheliometer is a unique, second-to-none, direct normal incidence (DNI) solar irradiance sensor fully traceable to the World Radiometric Reference that is designed for solar energy research, monitoring, and meteorological applications and built to weather extreme conditions. With its accurate measurements, easy-to-use technology, and durable construction, the MS-57 is the perfect choice for anyone looking for a reliable and accurate solar irradiance sensor that will stand the test of time.

Application and features of MS-57 Pyrheliometer:

Application

Features

✅ Scientific meteorological
✅ Climate observations
✅ Material testing research
✅ Assessment of the efficiency of solar collectors and photovoltaic devices.
✅ ISO 9060:2018 Class A, Spectrally Flat & Fast Response
✅ <0.2s Ultra-fast response for always accurate measurements
✅ Unique <0.5% non-stability change of 5-years
✅ Operating temperature range from -40 to +80°C
✅ Integrated anti-frost & dew window heater
✅ Efficient, low power consumption
✅ 5 Year Warranty & Recommended Recalibration Interval
Make

Eko

Model

MS-57

Output

Analog

Measuring Range

0 to 4000 W/m²

Operating Environment

Operating temperature Range: -40°C to +80°C

Spectral Range

200 to 4000nm (50% points)

Spectral Error

± 0.2%

Temperature Response

Temperature Response (-20°C to 50°C): ± 0.5% (-20°C to +50°C)

Response Time 95%

<0.2s

Impedance

< 15000

Zero Offset A

0 W/m²

Zero Offset B

< 1W/m²

Zero Offset C

< 1W/m²

Non-Linearity

± 0.2%

Protection level

IP 67

Tilt response

Tilt Response (0-90°, 1000W/m²): < 0.2%

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