Energie solaire / CSP100

Aperçu

Le CSP100 de Campbell Scientific est un système d'acquisition de données automatisé spécialement conçu pour les applications de mesure du rayonnement solaire (CST concentrated-solar-technology). Le système standard est conçu pour répondre aux normes standards de télémétrie solaire CAISO EIRP. Les systèmes sont faciles à personnaliser avec des accessoires pour tous les aspects de la station comme : les communications et les options de montage. Les applications typiques incluent l'évaluation du potentiel solaire et le suivi de la performance, où les mesures d'éclairement directs et normales actives sont nécessaires.

Mesures

La plupart des systèmes que nous commercialisons peuvent-être personnalisés. Cependant, ces systèmes permettent de mesurer et calculer les paramètres suivants :

  • La vitesse du vent
  • La direction du vent
  • La température de l'air
  • L'humidité relative
  • La pression atmosphérique
  • Les précipitations

Avantages et caractéristiques

  • Contains a Campbell Scientific CR1000 Measurement and Control Datalogger
  • Provides the lowest uncertainty of the GH, DNI, and DIFF solar radiation measurements
  • Fast to field with industry-proven, high-accuracy sensors
  • Factory fabrication, programming, and testing minimizes field wiring errors and reduces deployment time
  • Meets CAISO required meteorological data points
  • Approved California ISO Remote Intelligent Gateway (RIG) for secure encrypted information transmission to CAISO
  • Complies with Modbus, DNP3, CANbus, and PakBus protocols
  • Supports nearly all communication technologies such as RS-485, fiber, TCP/IP, cellular, or satellite
  • Reference design: “Solar Resource and Meteorological Project (SOLRMAP)”, NREL
  • Provides a modular, programmable, and customizable system
  • Provides a battery back system that allows data collection during power outages and network failure
  • Acts as single point data gateway for environmental, inverter, and meter data
  • Supports TCP/IP functionality, including: HTTP Get, HTTP Post, FTP server and client, TelNet server, PING, Micro serial server, DHCP client, DNS client, email send and receive
  • Supports Web Service API
  • Supports individual module and string level power measurements
  • Shipped with a quick-deploy installation guide and system schematics

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FAQ

Nombre de FAQ au sujet de(s) CSP100: 6

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  1. Unlike the Solar1000, the CSP100 is intended as a system to measure direct normal irradiance (DNI). DNI is solar radiation that comes in a straight line from the direction of the sun at its current position in the sky. DNI is important for concentrated solar power, concentrated photovoltaic (CPV), and solar thermal systems.

    The Solar1000 is intended to be used for traditional photovoltaic technology.

  2. While the trackers Campbell Scientific uses can vary in their maintenance needs, all the trackers are fairly maintenance free when compared with the solar sensors. The solar sensors should be cleaned daily—at the minimum, weekly. The required maintenance cycle varies based on location, precipitation, and biologic activity.

  3. Selon le tracker utilisé, une centrale d'acquisition de données Campbell Scientific peut demander des données, relayer des informations de diagnostic et potentiellement contrôler le tracker. 

  4. The CSP100 can be used for both resource assessment and power performance. If the system will be used for resource assessment, the following items are needed: a dc power supply, a solid foundation for the tracker stand, and, perhaps, a general meteorological sensor stand.

    Note: The solar tracking component of the CSP100 requires a rather high power draw for remote use (>15 W when powered with Vdc, >21 W when powered with Vac, and potentially up to 100 W).

  5. No. The main concern when installing the system is to ensure that the stand is secure to the ground and that the sensors are aligned and leveled. With patience, these tasks can be performed fairly easily.

  6. Non. Les capteurs sont fabriqués par Hukseflux, EKO Instruments, Kipp & Zonen et Eppley Laboratory.  Contactez Campbell Scientific pour de plus amples informations et y compris la compatibilité avec les trackers de capteurs.