Kipp & Zonen CMA 11

Description

The CMA11 sensor is a Secondary Standard albedometer used for measuring the ratio of the diffuse reflection of solar radiation to the total incoming solar radiation.

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Product Description

The CMA11 sensor is a Secondary Standard albedometer used for measuring the ratio of the diffuse reflection of solar radiation to the total incoming solar radiation. The CMA 11 is equipped with a broadband thermopile detector and a double glass dome as well as an integrated bubble level and sun shield to prevent excessive heating of the body. The CMA 11 is supplied with a calibration certificate.

Spectral range (50% points)

285 to 2800 nm

Sensitivity

7 to 14 µV/W/m²

Response time

< 5 s

Zero offset A 

< 7 W/m²

Zero offset B 

< 2 W/m²

Temperature dependence of sensitivity (-40 °C to +70 °C) 

< 10 %

Temperature dependence of sensitivity (-10 ºC to +40 ºC) 

< 1 %

Operational temperature range

-40 to +80 °C

Maximum solar irradiance

4000 W/m²

Field of view

180 °

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