0 - v1.0 STOCK MULTISPEQ CALIBRATION

Overview

Description

This is performed only on the stock MultispeQ device, which is used to calibrate other devices to.

This calibration includes:

  1. Manual input of LiCOR values for a variety of light intensity settings in the Stock MultispeQ.

Directions

  1. Place the LiCOR LI-250A PAR sensor into the 3D printed sensor attachment and connect to the main body of the Stock MultispeQ.
  2. Once connected, proceed with measurement.
  3. When prompted to enter PAR values, wait a few seconds to let the value stabilize before entering. Then enter the highest value seen (values can droop over time).
  4. When prompted, move the LiCOR sensor from the main body to the clamp, using the clamp's 3D printed sensor attachment. Proceed with measurement.
  5. Once complete, copy the values in the "parValues" field and save them into the macro "v1.0 CALIBRATION: new led par a,b,c,d".
  6. Submit the data to the website.

Protocols

v1.0 CALIBRATION: NEW LED PAR (manual testing) 1

Description

Used to manually calibrate the Stock MultispeQ at a specific set of wavelengths for each light. This Stock device is then used as a comparison for calibration of normal MultispeQs.

Do not run this on the device you are calibrating! Instead, run this on the raw PCB which is supplying the light for the calibrating board.

v1.0 CALIBRATION: NEW LED PAR (manual testing) 2

Description

Used to manually calibrate the Stock MultispeQ at a specific set of wavelengths for each light. This Stock device is then used as a comparison for calibration of normal MultispeQs.

Do not run this on the device you are calibrating! Instead, run this on the raw PCB which is supplying the light for the calibrating board.

v1.0 CALIBRATION: NEW LED PAR (manual testing) 3

Description

Used to manually calibrate the Stock MultispeQ at a specific set of wavelengths for each light. This Stock device is then used as a comparison for calibration of normal MultispeQs.

Do not run this on the device you are calibrating! Instead, run this on the raw PCB which is supplying the light for the calibrating board.

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