Examine e.g. photosynthesis, luminous chemical reactions or the effect of changing the voltage of an electric bulb's output with this light meter.
The light meter can be used wherever you need to measure light intensity and light changes. It is very versatile and can be used in many areas of the natural sciences.
The light meter can measure lighting in three intervals (low, medium and high) and can both be used in low light environments such as in classrooms and in bright light environments such as in outdoor sunlight. The unit of measurement for all intervals is lux, which is the meter system for brightness. The data logger can also be used to measure fast light changes such as those produced by electric bulbs connected to an AC supply, and the almost stable levels of light outside on a sunny day.
The meter's light sensor is located in a plastic box just behind an access hole.
The data logger comes pre-calibrated so you can use it as soon as you get it in the door. Get started and get help in the included guide.
Please note that you must have at least a USB module (for PC / Mac), a WiFi module and a battery module (for tablet / smartphone) or a display module and a battery module (off-line / in the field) to be able to use the light meter. These modules are not included, but can all be purchased separately. However, to get the most out of the data logger, we recommend that you purchase the basic package, which contains all the aforementioned modules.
Product Name: Light Logger Sensor NUL-204
Most used in: Biology, physics and chemistry
Unit of measurement (low, medium, high): lx (Lux)
Sampling rate: 3000 samples / sec