The wireless connection between measuring device and sensor makes the annoying – because expensive and time-consuming – wiring superfluous. As soon as the connection between the two devices is established, data are transmitted safely.
The TRI-KA with its ergonomically shaped case fits your hand even better. With a weight of only 500 grams and its sturdy case, the TRI-KA is perfectly suited for use on the roof too.
The TRI-KA measures current from 0.1-15 Ampere and voltage from 1-1000 Volt. Due to this large input range, the characteristic curves of individual modules, but also complete strings can be determined. For each measurement the measuring range and sample rate is optimally set automatically. The TRI-KA can even be used with future greater outputs of the strings.
The TRI-KA is operated via a 3.2-inch colour LCD display. Thanks to the completely overhauled menu navigation, the TRI-KA can be operated easily and intuitively. Just a few touches, and the current values can be measured and compared with the target.
The TRI-KA software offers two functions for fast and easy handling of data: With a few clicks, the system configurator prepares tree structures of complex systems while the protocol assistant simplifies reporting such that several reports can be selected and printed out. Please find the respective instructions in the Manual or in the short instructions guide.
The irridation sensor TRI-SEN has two reference cells (mono- and polycrytalline), thanks to this innovation the sensor can measure the irridation even more precisely and the results are even more sound.
Photon Profi confirms quality in its German issue 7/12. Tested were 12 characteristics measuring devices both at the laboratory and in an outdoor system as well. Aside from the precision of measurements, test criteria were the scope of supply as well as handling and safety. TRI-KA was the only device to obtain an overall score of 1.5 (good). The editors also found its ease of handling, simple measuring setup as well as fast data processing to merit a particularly positive rating.
To ensure this quality, each TRI-KA and TRI-SEN is calibrated before delivery. Furthermore, the measuring results of the TRI-KA for current and voltage were compared with those of the TÜV Rheinland (Technical Inspection Agency Rhineland) in several test runs. Equally, the irradiation of the irradiation sensor TRI-SEN was compared with the irradiation measurement of the TÜV Rheinland. The TRI-KA has scored well in these comparative measurements.
Since December 2010, Kyocera accepts TRI-KA measurements for the evaluation of their solar modules. Additional module manufacturers will follow during the next months.
KYOCERA Confirmation (PDF, 344 KB)