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Planck and the light sensor

I'm planing to buy infra red equipment (maybe FLIR C5 or RSpec Explorer, links below) to measure and compare the temperature of resistors and light bulbs at the same time as students measure voltage and current. Maybe even determine the melting point of tungsten...

Of course I'd like to add phyphox' light sensor to the mix.

For example, did anyone try the sensor with a infrared 10-nm filter?

Grateful for links and/or other tips.

Best regards.


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Planck and the light sensor - by Erik Josefsson - 03-21-2022, 07:52 AM
RE: Planck and the light sensor - by solid - 03-21-2022, 08:14 AM
RE: Planck and the light sensor - by solid - 03-21-2022, 02:16 PM

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