This sensor is very versatile with applications in many areas of the natural sciences. It can be used to study photosynthesis in Biology, to study light-emitting chemical reactions in Chemistry, to study
the effect of changing voltage on a light-bulb’s output in Physics and more. With three ranges, it can be used in low light environments such as in a classroom, or high light environments as in daylight
outdoors. It measures Illumination. With both fast and slow modes, it can be used to measure fast light changes such as those produced by light bulbs connected to an AC supply, as well as the near steady levels outside on a sunny day. The light sensor in located in a plastic box just behind an access hole.
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