1. Shade a sensor head, and set the display value to "0.000" by offset adjustment volume.
2. Illuminate with 1 SUN by your solar simulator to the sensor head,
(1 sun light intensity has to be confirmed in advance by the user.)
and set the display value to "1.000" by gain adjustment volume.
3. After the initial settings, you can adjust the light intensity of your solar simulator according to
the value of them to keep up 1 SUN illumination.*
*Spectral curve is not considered.
|Model||CS-20 (for HAL-320), CS-40 (for HAL-320W)|
|LCD||Digital 3.5 digit|
|Display range *1||0.000 - 1.999 (SUN)|
|Over range display||1._ (_ is blank)|
|Detector||Silicon photo diode (for CS-20) / Silicon photo diode and InGaAs PIN diode (for CS-40)|
|M27 thread part||Filter holder mounting position *2|
|Usable filter size: 25mm dia. / Thickness: below 6mm|
|Output range||1mV/digit (Above 2V is not covered under warranty)|
|Maximum saturation voltage||Below +5V|
|Connected load||More than 100kΩ, less than 500pF|
|Power source||006P(9V) battery x 1|
|Recommended environment||Temperature 23 deg C ±5 deg C|
|Humidity 30 - 80% (Avoid condensation)|
|Dimensions||Controller 66.5(W) x 112(D) x 28(H)mm|
|Sensor head 35(W) x 50(D) x 15(H)mm (CS-20) / 35(W) x 50(D) x 22.5(H)mm (CS-40)|
|Weight||225g (CS-20) / 250g (CS-40)|
|Standard accessory||3.5mm dia. mini plug cable|