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Hukseflux SR11 Pyranometer

Collect high quality solar irradiance data with the Hukseflux SR11 First Class Pyranometer.

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Recommended for finance-grade solar resource assessment campaigns, the Hukseflux SR11 is a thermopile pyranometer that is compliant with first class criteria from the ISO 9060 standard for solar radiation measurement devices. This high accuracy thermopile-based sensor measures global horizontal irradiance (GHI) and has a spectrally flat response across the full solar spectrum. The SR11 generates a small voltage signal that is proportional to the solar radiation flux, expressed in W/m2.

The SR11 is compatible with all Symphonie series data loggers when equipped with a Symphonie® SCM Card (SCM #6646, used with the SymphoniePLUS®3 Data Logger or older) or Pro Signal Conditioning Module (P-SCM #9128, used with the SymphoniePRO® Data Logger).

This sensor comes with a calibration certificate, sun screen, and 5 m (16.4') cable. Note that as with all thermopile pyranometers, regularly scheduled maintenance is imperative to achieve the sensor’s specified performance.

  Hukseflux SR11 Thermopile Pyranometer (#10534)
Sensor type Thermopile solar radiation sensor; ISO 9060:2018 ‘Class B’ (First Class) compliant
  • Solar resource assessment and monitoring
  • Meteorological studies
  • Environmental monitoring
Sensor range 0 W/m2 to 2000 W/m2
Spectral range 305 nm to 2800 nm
Instrument compatibility All NRG Symphonie series loggers with:
  • P-SCM (#9128) for SymphoniePRO
  • Thermopile SCM (#6646) for earlier models (logger measurement range 0 W/m2 to 1500W/m2)
Output signal  
Signal type Microvolt proportional to total solar radiation
Transfer function Included on calibration certificate; for use with NRG Symphonie see application note "Using Thermopile Pyranometers on Symphonie Loggers"
Accuracy Class B (First Class) per ISO 9060:2018
Calibration Calibration sheet included with each sensor defines output in microvolts per Watt/m2; traceable to World Radiometric Reference (WRR)
Calibration uncertainty < 1.8% (k=2) as specified by Hukseflux
Output signal range -0.1 mV to + 50 mV
Drift Less than 1% per year
Power requirements  
Power Required Zero (passive sensor)
Mounting Mounts to tower using NRG's Mounting Plate | Pyranometer, Gen I (14502)
Tools required
  • 2.5 mm Hex Key
  • 5/16 inch (8 mm) wrench or nut driver
Operating temperature range -40 °C to 80 °C (-40 °F to 176 °F)
Operating humidity range 0 to 100%
Connections Bare wire leads from cable connect directly to logger
see also logger user's manual for wiring diagram
Cable length 5 m (16.4 feet)
Weight 0.75 kg (1.7 lbs)
Dimensions 144 mm X 90 mm (5.7 inches X 3.5 inches)
Cable Shielded 2-conductor 5 m signal cable included with sensor
Detector Thermopile
Enclosure IP67 weatherproof anodized aluminum enclosure and stainless steel hardware

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Symphonie® SCM Card

Symphonie® SCM Card

Condition your sensor’s output signal so that a SymphoniePLUS3 Data Logger can read it by installing a Symphonie Signal Conditioning Module (SCM).

Mounting Boom | .52M (20.5"), Pyranometer, Plane of Array

Mounting Boom | .52M (20.5"), Pyranometer, Plane of Array

Mount your pyranometers and achieve any orientation easily and securely.

Mounting Platform | 2xGHI for 2.2m Tower

Mounting Platform | 2xGHI for 2.2m Tower

Mount your pyranometers on one of our GHI Mounting Booms to orient the sensor to collect Global Horizontal Irradiance data.