Lol people on r2r are putting it in a ziplock bag to dunk it. Or you can buy one of those water proof bags made for phones while you’re at the beach of on a boat.Looks cool. It will work with testing lights that are off a tank or before it is filled. Once there's water in the tank, um, well, I won't be sticking my phone in every time I want to take a reading.
Me neither. Lots of people said they are going to compare it but no one puts out any results.I’ve been watching the thread over at reef2reef cause I would love an inexpensive way to measure PAR but I haven’t seen anyone confirm how accurate this is by comparing it to a PAR meter.
The camera's in our phones are cheap. Like dirt cheap when bought in bulk.To be honest reliable readily available par readings are WAAAAAAAYYYYY overdue in the hobby. It isn’t something we need all the time, but it sure is useful when getting things dialed in
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Did you select the setting that matches your light? I believe it charges for LED thoI downloaded the app and tried it with my iPhone X . I followed the instructions useing the paper as a diffuser and 1/2 inch piece of pvc. Didn’t have a par meter to compare it to but didn’t matter. Readings were not consistent, from same location was getting extremely different readings. If someone else can make the thing work accurately please post.