PASCO’s Light Sensor is ideal for indoor and outdoor relative light intensity experiments.
PASCO’s Light Sensor is ideal for indoor and outdoor relative light intensity experiments. It can be used in a lighted room for most experiments.
- Measure relative light intensities in daylight (even monitor a solar eclipse)
- Compare light intensity vs. distance
- Study interference/diffraction/polarization
|Sensing Element||Si PIN photodiode|
|Spectral Response||320 nm to 1100 nm|
|Gain Levels||100x, 10x, 1x, switch-selectable|
|Output Voltage||0 V to 5 V|
|Pin Configuration||5-pin DIN plug on case|
|Maximum Light Intensity Levels (lux)||Approximate Lux 500 50 5|
|Resolution||0.0001 lux maximum|
This product requires PASCO software for data collection and analysis. We recommend the following option(s). For more information on which is right for your classroom, see our Software Comparison: SPARKvue vs. Capstone »
This product requires a PASCO Interface to connect to your computer or device. We recommend the following option(s). For a breakdown of features, capabilities, and additional options, see our Interface Comparison Guide »
PASCO light sensors provide students with an accessible method for visualizing real-time light data in a variety of forms. Whether you’re looking to study ambient light, diffractions, or atomic spectra, this page will help you find an affordable light sensor for your applications.
|Light Sensor & High Sensitivity Light Sensor Manual||English||277.00 KB|