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The seneye light meter is located in the round window on the back of the seneye device. The light levels will change depending on the position of the sensor relative to the light source. For example, if left in the top corner the light readings will be very low and not representative of the light received by corals and plants in different areas.
It is essential that this window is kept clean so readings are accurate. To ensure the device is clean always rub it with your finger tip and rinse off, then examine it. Always face this window at the light source you wish to measure in an appropriate position.
For further information on how the seneye light meter compares to other PAR meters please follow the link below. Bulk Reef Supply has made a video as apart of their 'BRStv Investigates' series comparing popular PAR meters and testing their accuracy against a top of the line Li-Cor Biosciences PAR meter.
If you are using the seneye connected to a SWS then please click here for instructions
If you are using the seneye connected to a PC then please click here for instructions.