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Overview

Description

Do not recalibrate you device unless you know what you're doing! If you have questions or concerns about your device, please ask on the forums

Part 4 of the factory calibration of the MultispeQ v1.0.

It includes:

  1. Calibration of visible (1,2,3,4,7) and IR (6,8,9,10) LEDs to PAR using LiCOR sensors attached to the MultispeQ.
  2. Calibration of the ambient light sensor on the top of the MultispeQ to PAR using the Light Box.

Protocols

v1.0 CALIBRATION: visible LEDs

Description

Each device has slight variations in the current output, and each LED varies in intensity by current. As a result, to ensure that every light outputs the same intensity given the same brightness setting, all lights must be calibrated to a known source. Visible lights (lights 1,2,3,4,and 6 which is green, red, orange, blue, and...

v1.0 CALIBRATION: IR LEDs

Description

Each device has slight variations in the current output, and each LED varies in intensity by current. As a result, to ensure that every light outputs the same intensity given the same brightness setting, all lights must be calibrated to a known source. Visible lights (lights 1,2,3,4,and 6 which is green, red, orange, blue, a...

v1.0 CALIBRATION: MultispeQ PAR to LiCOR PAR (1)

Description

This is a 3 part protocol, and is designed for all 3 to be run in order in the Desktop App.

The MultispeQ measures ambient PAR (Photosynthetically Active Radiation, which is light in the 400nm (deep visible blue) to 700nm (deep visible red) range. While the MultispeQ uses some optical filtration, it is still necessary to cal...

v1.0 CALIBRATION: MultispeQ PAR to LiCOR PAR (2)

Description

See "v1.0 CALIBRATION: MultispeQ PAR to LiCOR PAR (1)" for full description and directions

v1.0 CALIBRATION: MultispeQ PAR to LiCOR PAR (3)

Description

See "v1.0 CALIBRATION: MultispeQ PAR to LiCOR PAR (1)" for full description and directions

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