MS-90 DNI Sensor:
The MS-90 DNI (Direct Normal Irradiance) sensor is a type of pyranometer, which is a device used to measure the amount of sunlight that falls on a given surface area. DNI specifically measures the amount of sunlight that is directly shining on a surface, as opposed to sunlight that is scattered or reflected.
The MS-90 DNI sensor is designed for use in solar energy applications, such as measuring the amount of sunlight that a solar panel will receive, which is an important factor in determining the panel’s performance. It can also be used in other solar energy-related research and development, such as testing and evaluating new solar panel designs.
The MS-90 DNI sensor is made up of several different components, including a sensor head, which contains the actual sensor that measures the sunlight, and a signal processing unit, which takes the measurement data and converts it into a usable format. The sensor head is typically mounted on a tracking system, which allows it to follow the sun as it moves across the sky. This ensures that the sensor is always pointing directly at the sun, and that the measurements it takes are accurate.
The MS-90 DNI sensor is capable of measuring a wide range of light intensities, from low levels of sunlight, such as during dawn or dusk, to very high levels of sunlight, such as during a bright, sunny day. The sensor is also able to withstand harsh weather conditions, including rain, wind, and high temperatures, which makes it suitable for use in a variety of different environments.
Overall, The MS-90 DNI sensor is a valuable tool for those working in the solar energy field, as it allows them to accurately measure the amount of sunlight that falls on a given surface area, which is an important factor in determining the performance of solar panels and other solar energy-related equipment.
A revolutionary design with proven reliability, the internal rotating mirror of the MS-90 is based on the hugely successful MS-093 sunshine duration meter.
Designed to accurately measure direct normal irradiance (DNI) without a sun tracker, the MS-90 is ideal for solar energy monitoring systems and meteorological networks.
Application and features of MS-90 DNI Sensor:
|✅ Solar energy monitoring systems
✅ Meteorological networks.
✅ Geographic research
✅ Sunshine hours measurement
|✅ DNI measurement (<10% uncertainty)
✅ Cost-effective, no sun-tracker required
✅ Spectral range 300 – 2500nm
✅ Low maintenance, with no external moving parts
✅ Pulsed analog output 0-2V
✅ Optional C-Box with GPS and Modbus output