SIMP (Spectal Pyranometer Eppley)

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    The Eppley Precision Spectral Pyranometer (PSP) is a World Meteorological Organization First Class Radiometer, designed for the measurement of total solar radiation (the sum of direct and diffuse). It comprises a rectangular multi-junction wire-wound Eppley thermopile glued to the back of the sensor disk. This disk is coated with Parson's black lacquer (for non-wavelength selective absorption). The dome consists of a pair of precision ground and polished hemispheres of Schott optical glass. Both hemispheres are made of clear WG295 glass which is uniformly transparent to energy between 0.285 to 2.8┬Ám.


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