MS-10S UV-A Sensor

  • UV stabilized UV-A filter optics
  • Spectral response 315 - 400 nm
  • Traceable to NIST Standard lam
  • Accurate temperature compensation
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The UV spectral range is subdivided into two bands: UV-A and UV-B. In contrast to the traditional technology used in UV-radiometers, the MS-10S (315-400 nm) and MS-11S (280-315 nm) have an outstanding stability and measurement repeatability in harsh UV applications. The two UV-radiometer series with Smart technology provide multiple outputs and embedded sensors for remote performance diagnostics. Body-temperature, relative- humidity and tilt-angle can be permanently monitored through the digital interface (Modbus 485 or SDI-12).

Similar to all EKO pyranometers, the UV-radiometer models are based on the compact and light-weight universal EKO sensor platform which offers several benefits. All sensors can be easily combined with the MV-01 ventilation/heater for accurate UV measurement in harsh outdoor environments.

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System configuration


  Specifications MS-10S
  Irradiance measurement range 0 - 150 W/m2
Temperature response -20°C to 50°C < 1 %
Wavelength range 315 - 400 nm (50% points)
  Spectral selectivity < 20 %
Response time 95% < 0.5 Sec.
Non-linearity < 1 %
  Operating temperature range -40 - 80 °C
Directional response < 5 %
  Sensor diagnostics Relative humidity +/- 2% Temp. +/- 0.3 °C / Tilt angle +/- 1°
  Output (MODBUS 485 RTU, SDI-12, 4-20mA, configurable 0-10mA / 0-1V with external optional 100Ω precision shunt resistor)
Power supply 5 - 36 VDC
  Cable length 10 m
Power consumption < 0.2 W

MS-11S UV-B Sensor

Applications and uses

Weathering of materials is most often an irreversible process affecting the cosmetic properties or strength of materials. This aging process is mainly driven by UV radiation, Heat and reactive elements ...

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