Rainwise Inc, has recently released the PVmet Solar Energy Efficiency Monitor, a solar specific weather station designed for PV plant installations.
Unique to the PVmet are the back-of-module temperature sensor and two key irradiance sensors that provide information fundamental to performing key panel efficiency calculations. These attributes are not available any where else in a single, compact weather station unit.
The PVmet is easy to install and available in three models to fit any solar plant environment. Launched at the end of 2011, the PVmet Solar Energy Efficiency Monitor is the first weather station to be recognized by SunSpec Alliance for compatibility with industry plant management systems and has already sold 500 units to 2 of the top inverter manufacturers worldwide.
Monitoring Equipment Since 1974 Leading the way in technological development - from the original tipping bucket rain gauge and 1st digital weather station to the new frontier of wind and solar monitoring instruments - RainWise is an employee-owned company that manufactures professional grade meteorological equipment for consumer, enterprise, and industrial applications. Our selection of more than 50 rain and temperature gauges, monitors, sensors, and related software products offer ideal monitoring solutions for weather enthusiasts, municipalities, federal government, and industrial manufacturers. All of our products are proudly made right here in the United States, and are backed by free software upgrades and lifetime support.
For more information contact:
Lonnie White, VP of Sales
1-800-762-5723 ext. 106
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