The Light level sensor is one of the essential sensors for data logging.
It can record using five different ranges, these include four filtered ranges that cover from 0 to 100,000 Lux, a transmission range for homemade colorimeters and the fast response range which has no filtering and will show the modulation on an incandescent or fluorescent light.
The sensor utilises the photometric system of measurement that defines light in terms of how it is perceived by the human eye. The eye’s sensitivity is dependent on the wavelength or colour of the light.
Peak sensitivity occurs in the green part of the visible spectrum while the eye’s response to infrared or ultraviolet is zero.
The SmartQ Light Level Sensor can be used to investigate a number of scientific experiments such as:
All our sensors are supplied with 5 years warranty and lifetime
All available downloadable product resources such as manuals and firmware for the Light Level Sensor
For customers outside of the UK, please contact Data Harvest or an overseas distributor within your country.
|Light Level Sensor||3124|
0 to 1,000 Lux, for interior and lab lighting work. (Resolution 1 Lux)
0 to 10 kLux (10,000 Lux), suitable for strong local light sources e.g. bench lamps. (Resolution 5 Lux)
0 to 100 kLux (100,000 Lux), suitable for most outside light. (Resolution 43 Lux)
0 to 1,000 Lux fast, suitable for low light sources where intensity is changing rapidly (Resolution 1 Lux)
|Transmission||0 to 110%|
|Light range sensitivity||From 350 nm to 700 nm|
What's in the box
|1x Light Level Sensor|
Photodiode produces a voltage proportional to light intensity.
Built in infrared rejection filter.