Hukseflux is a leading manufacturer, both in technology and market share, of pyranometers, pyrheliometers, pyrgeometers, net radiometers and albedometers.
We produce a complete range of solar and longwave radiation sensors, compliant with the latest ISO and WMO standards. Each Hukseflux pyranometer is classified as ISO 9060 secondary standard, first class, or second class, and offers the best measurement accuracy in its class. Pyranometer output is analogue and/or digital (Modbus over RS-485/TTL).
Our customers are active in the following fields: solar energy, photovoltaic (PV) industry, meteorology and climatology.
Digital second class pyranometer
Secondary standard pyranometer with sapphire outer dome
Digital secondary standard pyranometer with sapphire outer dome
Secondary standard pyranometer with quartz domes - extended spectral range
Secondary standard pyranometer
Digital secondary standard pyranometer with Modbus RTU and 4-20 mA output
Ventilation unit for SR20, SR20-D2, SR22, IR20 & IR20WS
First class pyranometer for solar energy test applications
First class pyranometer
First class pyranometer with 4-20 mA transmitter
Fast response second class pyranometer
Second class pyranometer
Pyranometer with handheld read-out unit / datalogger
Second class pyranometer with 4-20 mA transmitter
Turn your iPhone into a 'pyranometer' with our solar radiation / Pyranometer App
Pyrgeometer, Albedometer, Net radiometer
Research grade pyrgeometers
Pyrgeometer with heater
Pyrgeometer with heater and 4-20 mA transmitter
Second class albedometer
4-component net radiometer
How to choose the best pyranometer for your application?
What instrument to use for the measurement of solar radiation in a PV plant?
Benchmarking Hukseflux' solar sensors by independent research
Why pyranometer accuracy and the right paperwork matters
Hukseflux radiometers for reference measurement stations
Using the WMO pyranometric method and LP02 solar sensor
Our worldwide calibration and servicing organisation at your disposal
About the development of the secondary standard pyranometer
About the development of the research grade pyrgeometer
Taking solar radiation measurement to the next level