Biospherical QCR-2150 surface PAR sensor
|Within Vocab||SeaVoX Device Catalogue|
|Alternative Labels||Biospherical QCR-2150|
|Definition||A quantum surface reference radiometer PAR sensor designed to measure cosine irradiance in air, above water. No specifications are available for the QCR models, but they are identical to the QCP series except for the sensor collectors; the QCR models are designed for surface use whereas the QCP models are designed for underwater 'profiling' use. The QCR-2150 output is provided as a calibrated ASCII text data stream with optional inclusion of sensor temperature. It is designed for use with Logger 2150 software but is also suited for integration with third-party software, for example in multi-parameter monitoring systems. The QCR-2150 uses a 24 bit analog-to-digital converter with low noise and excellent stability. It is equipped with a Switchcraft EN3P5M connector. It measures over the PAR spectral range from 400 - 700 nm, and has sampling rates from 250 Hz to 1 sample average per hour. It has a dark reading stability < 0.003 uE/m2/sec (between 0 - 50 degC).|
|Has Current Version||1|
||Biospherical Instruments||Mapping: 1623424|
||Biospherical Instruments Inc.||Mapping: 1623421|
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