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RainWise PVmet 330 Complete Weather Station

RainWise PVmet 330 Complete Weather Station

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The PVmet 330 is the most comprehensive weather monitoring station from RainWise, featuring the fullest range of sensors specific to PV power generation.

Features

  • Adjustable irradiance sensor for Global or Plane-of- Array monitoring
  • 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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The PVmet 330 is the most comprehensive weather monitoring station from RainWise, featuring the fullest range of sensors specific to PV power generation. It measures ambient air temperature, PV panel temperature, wind speed and direction, humidity, pressure, rainfall, global irradiance, and is capable of measuring plane-of-array irradiance. The PVmet uses a 2-wire half duplex serial port for Modbus communication to a host.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RainWise PVmet 330 Complete Weather Station 800-0290 PVmet 330 complete weather station with adjustable irradiance, wind speed & direction, humidity, pressure, rainfall, ambient temperature & panel temperature; Modbus wired communication
$2975.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RainWise Back-of-Panel Temperature Sensor 807-1020 Back-of-panel temperature sensor, 25 ft. cable
$169.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RainWise Plane-of-Array Irradiance Sensor 808-1007 Plane-of-array irradiance sensor, 25 ft. cable
$399.00
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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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