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LoRaWAN Solar Radiation Sensor Solar Power Monitoring solar activity

DWM22122904

The LoRaWAN Pyranometer sensor measures solar radiation. It is suitable to be used to monitor solar activity in solar parks, solar-dependent systems, and others.

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The LoRaWAN Pyranometer sensor measures solar radiation. It is suitable to be used to monitor solar activity in solar parks, solar-dependent systems, and others. In order to reduce the ambient temperature effect, a temperature compensation circuit is built into the sensor.

The form factor of the Sensor Hub allows for multiple and/or different sensors to be connected at the same time as well as a solar panel, creating a reliable solar-powered solution.

This solution is suitable in scenarios where solar energy is preferred/needed.

The Splitter cable can connect several Sensor Probes and Probe IOs to a single Sensor Hub port to be powered by the solar power source. The distance between the Sensor Hub and Sensor Probe/Probe IO can be extended via the Extension cable.

Sensor Hub Features: 

Full LoRaWAN band support

Based on RAK4630(MCU: nRF52840, Radio Chip: SX1262)

Support Bluetooth for easy setup

Support NFC for easy setup

RUI3-based firmware

Auto-detection of the power source

Auto-detection of the Sensor Probes

Power source:

  +12 VDC at 1 A (12 W) power adapter(optional)

  Support 12 VDC solar panel

  4 x ER18505 Li-SOCl2 batteries holder (battery not included)

Embedded antenna

 1 x internal: high-gain and high-efficiency LoRa antenna (also support NB-IoT)

 1 x internal: NFC antenna

 1 x internal: Bluetooth antenna

High-efficiency LoRa antenna 860~930 MHz

NFC tag for power on and smart connect over BLE

Prevent theft via the hall effect sensor on the exclusive mounting bracket

External interfaces:

 2 x SP11 connector (IP67) for multiple-purpose sensors

 The SP11 supports a 12 V power adapter and a solar panel kit for external power

IP66-rated waterproof enclosure

Distance between the sensors can be adjusted with the extension cable(default cable length is 2.5 meter)

Sensor Hub Enclosure dimensions:120 x 80 x 39 mm

Working environment:-30° C to +60° C Suitable for outdoor and indoor use

Solar Radiation Sensor Features:

The RK200-03 Pyranometer sensor measures solar radiation. It is suitable to be used to monitor solar activity in solar parks, solar dependent systems, and others. In order to reduce the ambient temperature effect, a temperature compensation circuit is built into the sensor.

Parameter

Value

Spectral range

300~3200nm

Range

0~2000W/m2

Sensitivity >

7-14μV*W-1*m2

Measuring angle

2π solid angle

Response time

≤35s (99%)

Cosine correction

≤±7% (solar elevation angle=10°

Temperature effect

±2% (-10~+40℃)

Stability

±2%/year

Operating temperature

-40~+80℃

Included in the package:

1 x Sensor Hub

1 x Sensor Probe IO

1 x Pyranometer solar radiation sensor

1 x Mounting kit for the sensor

1 x Power supply for the Sensor Hub

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