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SRML stations: Ashland, OR
(Latitude: 42.19; Longitude: 122.70; Altitude: 595 m)

This page provides an overview of the solar and meteorological monitoring equipment at the Ashland station. Links in the table below will take you to more in-depth information about the accuracy of the data collected and the instruments in use.

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Data type Instrument Data interval Period of record
Solar radiation data
Global Ascension Technology RSP 5 min. 2000-now
Direct normal Ascension Technology RSP 5 min. 2000-now
Diffuse Ascension Technology RSP 5 min. 2000-now
Tilted south 15° LI-COR Pyranometer 5 min. 2000-now
Meteorological data
Temperature   5 min. 2000-now
Wind Speed
(at array)
  5 min. 2000-now
Solar cell performance
5 kW array   5 min. 2000-now
15 kW array   5 min. 2000-now

Station maintenance

The Ashland station is is part of Ashland's Solar Pioneer project. (Click the previous link to see a continuous display of the PV output and incident solar radiation there. Note: your Web browser must have support for java applets enabled.) We appreciate the assistance of Dick Wanderscheid as station maintenance operator.

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© 2001, UO Solar Radiation Monitoring Laboratory.
Last revised: October 1, 2001.

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