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  1. Guest

    I am in need of a piece of equipment which can show me a relation
    between sun intensity and temoerature. How do I find a hobbyist in my
    area (Fife,UK) who can design something like that for me. You are all
    experts compared with me
  2. Chris

    Chris Guest

    Hi, Len. There's no way you can get accurate experimental results for
    less than obtaining a cheapie light meter on eBay.

  3. Bob Masta

    Bob Masta Guest

    I'll second the light meter idea. If it's a good one, be sure to
    use the "incident light" mode (with a little white bubble over
    the sensor) and point it at the sky instead of the subject/target.
    If it's a cheapie, you can probably make your own diffuser
    instead of the white bubble.

    Note that the relation between sun intensity and the
    temperature of air or any target is also dependent
    on time and thermal conductivity, and with air
    there are also the issues of wind speed and humidity.

    If you can explain exactly what you are trying to do,
    someone here can probably give specific advice.

    Best regards,

    Bob Masta

    D A Q A R T A
    Data AcQuisition And Real-Time Analysis
    Scope, Spectrum, Spectrogram, Signal Generator
    Science with your sound card!
  4. NRen2k5

    NRen2k5 Guest

    Walk out onto your front porch barefoot.

    You can send the consultation fees to me at: ......
  5. Puckdropper

    Puckdropper Guest

    You have to do it multiple times, noting the sun intensity and

    You can send the consultation fees to me at: ..... (5 dots is SO much
    better, because 5's prime!)
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