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The is a great starter set of output devices for use with the . The kit includes several output devices, including a motor, LEDs, incandescent......
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Specifications and User Guide TROUBLESHOOTING – Primary Test: Press the power button on the sensor to turn it on. The LED will flash red. Start......
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The values 650 nm, 550 nm, and 450 nm refer to the peak wavelengths of visible light to which the color sensors respond. These wavelengths......
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The UV sensor in the Go Direct Light and Color sensor is the combined output from two sensors that together create an output with half-sensitivity......
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The power button for the Light and Color Sensor also turns on the white LED. In order to turn on the light, turn the sensor......
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To measure PAR from artificial lighting, the slope of the calibration equation needs to be decreased by 14% (from 500 to 430). The instructions for......
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The Vernier Light Sensor can not be used to measure PAR, photosynthetically active radiation. It does not have the right spectral response nor is it......
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A mini UV Lamp can be purchased from Wards Natural Science, wardsci.com. The lightweight unit contains a six-inch tube that emits 365 nm longwave UV.......
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