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Par meter

Discussion in 'Talk to Tom Barr' started by Htomassini, May 12, 2011.

  1. Htomassini

    Htomassini Guest

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    Hello there. I would like to purchase a par meter so that I can take measurements of some of these lights that I will be offering for sale.

    I don't want to go too crazy but I need help here.

    What are your recommendations?

    Thanks
     
  2. dutchy

    dutchy Plant Guru Team
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    I have the Apogee MQ-200. Great little device.
     
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    feh Guru Class Expert

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    This is the model I've been looking at. Good to hear.
     
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    I also have the Apogee MQ-200 (sensor calibrated for electric light) with sensor leveling plate and the USB cable for data log transfer. A truly useful tool, no more guessing what light intensity I have with certain light setting or when a lamp tube needs replacement. Money well spent. I do recommend it.

    Pepetj
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  5. Htomassini

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    Thank you. I checked out their site and I want to be able to retail them out of the store. No one seems to carry these things. Milwaukee sells a lux meter but that's useless. Right now I am borrowing gerryd's to take measurements of diff stuff.
     

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