CAMS radiation service

CAMS Radiation Service


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Important Notice:

To enhance our service reliability and performance, we are transitioning all customers to access our services through the Load Balancer

Direct access to our services will be discontinued soon.

Please update your configurations to use the LB as soon as possible. 

For more information, please visit the following link. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) radiation service provides time series of Global, Direct, and Diffuse Irradiations on horizontal surface, and Direct Irradiation on normal plane (DNI) for the actual weather conditions as well as for clear-sky conditions. The geographical coverage is the field-of-view of the Meteosat satellite, roughly speaking Europe, Africa, Atlantic Ocean, Middle East (-66° to 66° in both latitudes and longitudes). Time coverage is 2004-02-01 up to 2 days ago. Data are available with a time step ranging from 1 min to 1 month.   Licence terms

The CAMS Radiation Service is limited to 100 requests per day. As the time of on-the-fly computations is quite high, this limitation prevents our servers from overload, which would endanger the SoDa Service as a whole. Please be aware that any abuse will automatically result in the desactivation of your SoDa account credentials.


   to download a volume of CAMS radiation and CAMS McClear over Meteosat field of view

  Official documentation >

  Some tips and tricks to handle the data >

CAMS Radiation

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