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Daily Light Integral (DLI) measurement using LI-COR Light Sensors

Daily Light Integral (DLI) measurement using LI-COR Light Sensors

Definition of DLI

The daily light integral (DLI) is a measure of the amount of light received in a single day in a particular area. For example, the number of moles of Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR) photons received during a single day in a square meter, or: mol m-2 d-1. Another example is  the total solar radiation received during a single day in a square meter, or: W m-2. Depending on the application or research question the time integral of…

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Turn Ons and Turn Offs

Turn Ons and Turn Offs

The LI-1400 Datalogger is often used for collecting environmental data using a variety of LI-COR Biosciences sensors. These include the LI-190 Quantum Sensor, the LI-192 Underwater Quantum Sensor, the LI-193 Spherical Quantum Sensor, and the LI-200 Pyranometer, among others. You can either program their LI-1400 to collect data automatically or set it up to collect data manually.

The LI-1400 has a power-saving mode to help conserve the batteries by…

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