Quantify the site-specific impacts of soiling on prospective and current PV projects with RNRG's Soiling Measurement Kit.
RNRG’s Soiling Measurement Kit provides users with the information needed to quantify the site-specific impacts of soiling caused by snow, dust, and other particles on prospective and current PV projects. These data are used to improve pre-construction annual energy production (AEP) estimates as well as maintenance schedules (i.e., panel washing) and forecast models in the post-construction setting.
• Determine site-specific soiling loss characteristics with this turnkey soiling measurement solution.
• Install easily as an accessory to RNRG’s SRA System – complete with PV modules, pre-installed back-of-module temperature sensors, flexible mounting hardware, and integrated soiling interface module.
• Measure short circuit current and back-of-module temperature with user’s choice of statistical interval as well as optional 1 Hz sample data collection for flexible analysis options to meet data demands.
|Soiling Measurement Kit | 15 Watt PV Panels (#10690)|
|Sensor type||Soiling Measurement Kit |15 Watt PV Panels|
|Applications||Soiling Loss Measurement|
Soiling Ratio (*) Accuracy < 1%
( for Isc values>0.5 Amp including back of panel temperature error)
(*) Soiling ratio is calculated from measurement of short circuit current (Isc) of both a clean reference solar panel and uncleaned test solar panel, including back of panel temperature compensation
|Instrument compatibility||RNRG Solar Resource Assessment System using SymphoniePRO Data Logger|
|Measurement range||Recommended Panel Isc Measurement Range for Soiling Ratio Calculation: 0.50 Amp to 1.5 Amp|
|Signal type||Analog voltage|
|Supply voltage||Soiling station interface module: 5-15 Vdc|
|Supply current||Soiling station interface module and the amplifier power for the Isc measurement:Max 2.5mA|
|Operating temperature range||
|Operating humidity range||
0 to 100%
EN 61000-4-2 ESD
Packaging meets ISTA-1A 2014 Shock Drop Test
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