IN-SOL Handheld Solar Irradiance Meter / Pyranometer self-powered.


IN-SOL Handheld self-powered solar irradiance meter that connects to your existing multi-meter to read irradiance input power.

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IN-SOL A 4 in 1 Pyranometer

  • Measure the input power to your PV System-no batteries, pre-amplifiers or separate power supplies required.
  • Measure glazing SHGC / g factor.
  • Measure solar energy entering your home/building in Watts (w/m2).
  • Measure output power of red light therapy /photobiomodulation devices.

The IN-SOL is a quality and affordable pyranometer that connects directly to your existing multimeter using the voltage milli volt range .

Made from PTFE/TEFLON and offers outstanding solar spectral sensitivity versus standard acrylic pyranometer sensors.
Portable and connects to one’s own multimeter.
Flat PTFE Surface to offer similar response to Solar PV Panels.
Self Powered with an output that aligns with the insolation input power example 550mv =550W/m2. No need for power supplies or instrument amplifiers.
ISO 9060:2018 Class C Sub-category “Fast response”

A quality and affordable pyranometer instrument to measure irradiance accurately when you want to :
Measure solar energy in test applications.
Carry out Plane Of Array (POA) Irradiance measurement.
Add PV system performance monitoring.
Select a location to install a new PV system .
Commission a new PV system
Check if your existing PV system is working efficiently.
Add solar radiation measurements to your weather station.
Add a solar radiation sensor to your smart city IOT.
Add solar radiation measurements to your raspberry pi.
Add solar radiation measurements to your Arduino.

Estimate the amount of solar heat your glazing lets through (g-value) otherwise called transmittance or SHGC, and then specify new glass to reduce a building overheating.
Carry out school projects on solar power. ​

Self powered, no batteries required, requires no amplification and designed to emulate a PV panel when used in POA.

It directly connects to your multi-meter, raspberry pi or Arduino and provides a linear output value in milli-volts that corresponds directly to W/m2 for example an output of 300mv is equal to 300W/m2.

Designed for handheld use (The item does not include a multi-meter ).


Spectral range: 300~1200nm
Measuring range: 0~1600W
Power Supply: Not Applicable (Self Powered)
Calibrated with the EKO ML-01 Silicon Pyranometer or similar.
Response time <1ms
Spectral error +/- 5%
Calibration method-Natural Lighting
Sensor Type – Mono-Si reference cell
Sensitivity 1mv/W/m2

Additional information

Weight.079 kg
Dimensions9 × 8.5 × 2.5 cm