Webinar: The Impact of Dew, Frost, and Soiling on Solar Radiation Monitoring – and Ways to Mitigate it

Dew, frost, and soiling on the optical dome all have a significant impact on the measurement quality of solar radiation monitoring instruments (errors can reach up to 30-40%). Luckily, there are ways to deal with this: ventilation and heating.

To mitigate false readings, OTT HydroMet offers an external ventilation and heating unit for its pyranometers, pyrgeometers, and UV radiometers; the Kipp & Zonen CVF4.

Watch this 55-minute webinar with OTT HydroMet’s experts on solar radiation monitoring, Clive Lee and Victor Cassella, for free.

Do you have further questions or want to get in contact with the hosts? Reach out to us and our team of experts will be happy to support you.

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