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Yes, but you'll get different results for different colors. For instance, green glow sticks which look bright to you will not look as bright to the meter, but red glow sticks will look brighter to the meter. You can avoid problems by making comparisons only of the same color. What form will your project take? Glows… see more Yes, but you'll get different results for different colors. For instance, green glow sticks which look bright to you will not look as bright to the meter, but red glow sticks will look brighter to the meter. You can avoid problems by making comparisons only of the same color. What form will your project take? Glowsticks are not my invention, but they were invented right across the hall from me in the lab where I used to work in Connecticut. Can I be of any assistance to you? see less
By Jeffrey Huntington on September 8, 2014
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I purchased this item in order to check the lighting conditions at work. The lights above my work area were way too bright and I needed proof that they were registering too high. So I believe this is designed to read Ambient light.
By J. Mcwilliams on March 22, 2013
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It might, however this is really for measuring the intensity of light. You're going to have low lux levels at dusk and this device might not read anything that way.
By Chaotic on April 16, 2016
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I THINK CHINA
By Njideka Nwadike on April 16, 2015
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Well, it was designed specifically for use by photographers.
By BVH on March 20, 2016
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No, it is not waterproof, so it is not suited for this type of measurement.
By TechGenius on May 5, 2014
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yes
By Roland Vonkaler on March 20, 2016
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The simple answer would be to go into a completely dark room and shine the flashlight onto the white, globe-looking, sensor. However, I have seen "readings" on the packaging of flashlights in the stores and I do not know from what distance those are measured - i.e. if you are wanting to compare. If you are measuring se… see more The simple answer would be to go into a completely dark room and shine the flashlight onto the white, globe-looking, sensor. However, I have seen "readings" on the packaging of flashlights in the stores and I do not know from what distance those are measured - i.e. if you are wanting to compare. If you are measuring several different flashlights for comparison, then you will want to measure them all at the same distance because the farther away you get from the source, naturally, the readings will become smaller/dimmer. Good luck and have fun... see less
By K. Hooper on July 26, 2014
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We temporarily not ship items to guyana.
By Hisgadget Inc on May 13, 2015 SELLER