3415FX

Spectrum LightScout Light Sensor Reader

Spectrum LightScout Light Sensor Reader

Description

The LightScout is compatible with any of Spectrum's light sensors, which are available for UV, Quantum Light, and Solar Radiation.

Features

  • Read any of Spectrum’s light sensors, which come with 6 ft (2m) cables
  • Plug in a sensor, choose it on the LCD, and start measuring UV, Quantum Light, or Solar Radiation
  • Sensors can also be used with WatchDog Weather, Mini and Micro Stations
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Details

  • Read any of Spectrum’s light sensors, which come with 6 ft (2 m) cables
  • Plug in a sensor, choose it on the LCD, and start measuring UV, Quantum Light, or Solar Radiation
  • Sensors can also be used with WatchDog Weather, Mini and Micro Stations
  • LightScout External Light Sensor Reader includes soft-sided case
What's Included:
  • (1) LightScout light sensor reader
  • (1) Soft-sided carrying case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Spectrum LightScout Light Sensor Reader 3415FX LightScout light sensor reader
$279.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
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Spectrum LightScout PAR Sensor 3668I LightScout PAR sensor, 6 ft. cable
$219.00
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Spectrum LightScout Solar Radiation Sensor 3670I LightScout solar radiation sensor, 6 ft. cable
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Spectrum LightScout UV Light Sensor 3676I LightScout UV light sensor, 6 ft. cable
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Spectrum LightScout Line PAR Sensor 3668I3 LightScout 3-sensor bar line PAR sensor, 6 ft. cable
$315.00
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Spectrum LightScout Line PAR Sensor 3668I6 LightScout 6-sensor bar line PAR sensor, 6 ft. cable
$369.00
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