The PIKO sensor


The monitoring system measures irradiation, ambient temperatures and module temperatures. All values are then stored in the PIKO inverter’s integrated data logger from which a direct data download can be undertaken at any time.

A particularly useful feature has been stated as the capability of analyzing the measured values using the PIKO Master Control V2 software, which can be downloaded free of charge from the company’s homepage.

The PIKO Sensor offers system analysis by comparing the values measured by the sensor with the operating data of the inverter. The operator of the system can thus react more quickly to yield changes and the factors that influence them. The device is available ready for installation.

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