Choose this device to connect to a Phidgets Light sensor LUX1000_0
This handly little sensor measures the amount of light shining on it, making it a perfect addition to automated systems that need to switch on at night or in low-light conditions. It has a wide measurement range from 188 microlux (starlight on a moonless night) to 220,000 lux (direct sunlight).
|Enable||Activate to enable the device|
|Run at startup||Activate to run the device at Kinetic startup|
|Serial Number:||Enter the serial number of the VINT HUB Phidget|
|Port:||Choose port number of the VINT HUB Phidget|
|Interval ms:||Choose the refresh interval in milliseconds|
Trigger a task according to the incoming parameter:
|greater than||trigger the task when the incoming value is superior to the condition value|
|less than||trigger the task when the incoming value inferior,to the condition value|
|greater than or equal to||trigger the task when the incoming value is superior or equal to the condition value|
|less than or equal||trigger the task when the incoming value is inferior or equal to the condition value|
|eguals||trigger the task when the incoming value is equal to the condition value|
|range||trigger the task when the incoming value is superior to the condition value min and inferior to value max|
Set the condition value
For all theses conditions, you can set a hysterys value to avoid false triggering.
For example you use the > condition with a value of 0.5, you set an hysterys value of 0.1. When the incoming value reach 0.5, the task is triggered.
If the incoming value go back to 0.45 then go to 0.5, the task is not triggered.
If the incoming value go back to 0.35 (less than condition value – hystererys value) then go to 0.5, the task is triggered.
Use the luminosity detected by the sensor as an input for Digimap.
|Lux||get the luminance measured in lux|
You can add this device in any user panel.
You can then display the luminace value in lux.
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