Solar radiation sensor mounts attach to tripods or towers, while providing a sturdy, level platform for pyranometers, quantum sensors, and radiometers. Some solar radiation sensors may also require a leveling base that incorporates a bubble level and three adjusting screws to level the sensor.
The LI2003S, manufactured by LI-COR, is required to attach an LI200X pyranometer or LI190SB quantum sensor to our CM225 solar sensor mounting stand, 015ARM mounting arm, or 025STAND crossarm sta...read more
The 18356 leveling base, manufactured by Apogee Instruments, is required to attach the CS300, CS320, or SP230 pyranometer to our CM225 solar sensor mounting stand. The 18356 levels the sensor in the h...read more
The CM225 attaches one pyranometer or quantum sensor to a mast, crossarm, or pole (1.0 to 2.1 in. OD). Many pyranometers and quantum sensors also require a leveling base that secures the sensor to the...read more
Note: The image displays the recently modified version of the 015ARM, which will be available after the limited quantity of the previous version is exhausted.
For many applications, the 015ARM Pyranom...read more
The 18098 is used to mount a user-supplied Eppley solar sensor or a 18285 omnidirectional antenna to a tripod or tower. This mounting stand is shipped with the 18285 antenna, and is available as a rep...read more
The process of securely mounting and accurately leveling a pyranometer to a mounting bracket has traditionally been very difficult. The balance between tightly securing the sensor to the mounting brac...read more
The CM260 is a fully adjustable pyranometer mounting kit. It has been specifically designed for the limited space near the end cap of the ATI Torque Tube and can be used with any other 12.7 cm (5...read more
The CM265 is a fully adjustable pyranometer mounting kit. It has been specifically designed for the limited space near the end cap of the NEXTracker Torque Tube, and it can be used with any other 12.7...read more
The 27065 (formerly the CM245) is commonly used to attach the IMT reference cell or the RSR2 rotating shadowband band radiometer from Irradiance Inc. to a horizontal crossarm, vertical mast, or the to...read more
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 env...read more
The process of securely mounting and accurately leveling a pyranometer and vent unit to a mounting bracket has traditionally been very difficult. The balance between tightly securing the sensor to the...read more
The 21271 is used to attach an older NR01 net radiometer (serial numbers less than 2313) to a CM204 or CM206 crossarm. Campbell Scientific recommends mounting the crossarm to a CM300-series mounting p...read more