RainWise PVmet 200 Commercial Weather Station

The PVmet 200 commercial weather station is a compact and economical solution for photovoltaic installations featuring irradiance, temperature & wind sensors.

Features

  • Includes both adjustable global irradiance and plane-of-array irradiance sensors
  • Supports up to 2 back-of-panel temperature sensors
  • Easy integration to most SCADA and PLC systems via RS-485 Modbus RTU interface
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RainWise PVmet 200 Commercial Weather Station800-0008 PVmet 200 commercial weather station with adjustable irradiance, plane-of-array irradiance, wind speed & direction, ambient temperature & panel temperature; Modbus wired communication
$2,550.00
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RainWise Back-of-Panel Temperature Sensor 807-1020 Back-of-panel temperature sensor, 25 ft. cable
$169.00
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RainWise Mono Mount 811-1010 Mono mount for PVmet
$49.00
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RainWise Tripod Mount 811-1004 Tripod mount, 3 ft.
$59.00
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The PVmet 200 weather station is a compact and economical solution for photovoltaic installations. It measures ambient air temperature, PV panel temperature, wind speed and direction, global irradiance, and is capable of measuring plane-of-array irradiance. The PVmet is SunSpec compliant and uses a 2-wire half duplex serial port for Modbus communication to a host.
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