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Megger’s New Handheld Instrument Aids in Solar Panel Positioning

Fri, 05/02/2014 - 8:42am
WDD Staff

Megger (Norristown, PA) has introduced the PVM210, a handheld irradiance meter that aids in locating the most appropriate site to place solar panels. Designed with both the solar detector and meter inside the unit, the PVM210 provides solar/photovoltaic engineers with a pocket-sized instrument that is easy to use and can be held with just one hand while working on a sloping roof or atop a ladder. The PVM210 features:

  • A measurement range up to 1999 W/m².
  • Accuracy within ±10 W/m² or ±5%.
  • An operating temperature of 5 to 40°C.
  • 50 hours of battery life.

For more information, visit www.megger.com

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