Originally Posted by JJ-MIK
So here's what I've got.. I'm thinking maybe the meter is off.. Maybe not... Tell me what you think..
Ok.. The white line is showing from my tank.. The colored lines I'm guessing is your control. Because they don't move... My lux is reading 1000.. Looking that up its saying basically its an overcast day
.. These readings are 2" below the top surface..
What's your opinions?
Here is the answer to your question about the Seneye Spectrograph.
1. The thin colored curve is the sensitivity of the human eye to colors. If you notice it peaks on green and yellow. It dips down on blue and red. This curve is fixed and the same to all units.
2. The heavy colored curve is an ideal curve for an efficient lighting fixture. It gives you a guide to follow. It is also fix and the same to all units.
3. The white curve is the actual reading from your lighting fixture. It may change minimally as you move around your sensor but your PAR, LUX and Kelvin readings may vary significantly.