DTR503A

Vaisala DTR503A Solar Radiation Shield

Vaisala DTR503A Solar Radiation Shield

Description

The Vaisala DTR503A Solar Radiation Shield blocks solar radiation and allows air to pass through easily.

Features

  • Composed of multiple discs
  • Blocks direct & reflected solar radiation
  • Permits easy passage of air
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Air temperature and relative humidity sensors must be installed in a radiation shield. Because the Vaisala DTR503A Solar Radiation Shield is composed of multiple discs, it blocks direct and reflected solar radiation, yet permits easy passage of air.
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