Pyranometer Kipp & Zonen CMP 10

Pyranometer Kipp & Zonen CMP 10

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  • Measurement of solar irradiance
  • ISO 9060 Spectrally flat Class A + IEC 17025 calibrated
  • Widely used within World Meteorological Organisation scientific programmes

The Kipp & Zonen range of thermopile-based pyranometers is respected around the world for the measurement of solar irradiance to World Meteorological Organisation and ISO 9060:1990 standards. The instruments are used in meteorological research, solar energy research, material testing, climate control in greenhouses, building physics, science and many other applications.

The CMP series of pyranometers have ergonomic features to facilitate installation, maintenance, and exchange for recalibration.

A waterproof socket is fitted for the signature yellow signal cable, which is available in a range of lengths. The integral bubble level is raised to the top of the housing and can be viewed without removing the sun shield. The screw-in drying cartridge can be reactivated with convenient refill packets.

The CMP10 has internal desiccant that lasts for 10 years.

Kipp & Zonen offers 5 years manufacturer’s warranty for the CMP10 pyranometer.

Classification Secondary Standard, ISO 9060 & WMO
Sensitivity 7 ... 14 µV/W/m2
(see calibration protocol)
Spectral range
(50% points)
285 ... 2800 nm
Max. irradiance 4000 W/m²
Response time (95%) 5 s
Typical signal output for atmospheric applications 0 ... 15 mV
Zero offset
(a) thermal radiation (200 W/m²)
(b) temperature change (5k/hr)

<7 W/m²
<2 W/m²
Non-linearity (0 ... 1000 W/m²) <0.2 %
Temperature dependence of sensitivity <1 %
(-10 ... +40 °C)
Level accuracy 0.1°
Operating temperature -40 ... +80 °C
Cable length 10 m
Weight without cable approx. 0.6 kg
Manufacturer Kipp & Zonen BV

Delivery includes calibration certificate.

Sensor Plug PIN No. Wire Colour (Kipp & Zonen) Meteo-40 Analog Voltage Supply Sensor
Solar irradiance
Output voltage
1 red Ax  
2 blue Bx  
Shield (Housing)       Main Ground (GND)