Campbell Scientific created an improved mounting kit for the net radiometers we offer. The kit, part number 26120, replaces mounting kit numbers 19455 and 14264. It performs better in dry or salty environments, and it is designed to work in some configurations where the previous models did not. The 26120 is a more universal mounting kit that can be used with the NR-LITE, CNR2, or CNR4.Read More
The 26120 uses screws to level the sensor.
To avoid shading effects and to promote spatial averaging, net radiation sensors should be mounted at least 1.5 m above the ground. Campbell Scientific recommends mounting our net radiation sensors at least 25 ft away from other structures in the monitoring system.
|The 26120 replaced the 19455 CNR2 Mounting Kit on December 23, 2009 and the 14264 NR-LITE Mounting Kit on January 13, 2010. The 26120 is a more universal mounting kit since it can be used with most of our contemporary net radiometers. It also performs better than the 19455 kit in dry or salty environments, and is designed to work in some configurations where the previous models did not.|
|Wind||Withstands winds up to 193.12 kph (120 mph)|
The 26120 Net Radiation Sensor Mounting Kit attaches an NR-LITE, CNR4, CNR2, or CNR1 (retired) net radiometer to a vertical pipe or to a CM200-series crossarm.
The 26120 is NOT compatible with the NR01-L 4-Component Net Radiometer.
The 26127 mounting rod is required to use the 26120 kit with a CNR2. This mounting rod began shipping with the CNR2 in February 2010.
Number of FAQs related to 26120: 3
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The kit consists of a specially constructed mounting bracket and two sets of U-bolts.
As of June 2013, all of our current and retired net radiation sensors can be mounted using this kit. These include: