Measurements of light quality provide insights on Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR), as well as color-specific photosynthetic photon flux density (PPFD), photon flux density (PFD), irradiance (W/m2), and more. This data will help you in your research ranging from different environments such as greenhouses, under plant canopies, or in growth chambers—for most broad-spectrum light sources, including natural sunlight, artificial, or mixed sources. With this, you may shorten production time, improving yield quality, and lastly, enhance disease resistance.
Site survey allows for the measurement of comprehensive environmental data such as vibration, acoustic, and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) noise. Environmental noise is measured across a specific range in order to deliver the best solution to meet your research needs.
- Instrument Pre-installations site survey
- Diagnosing new sources of noise
- Transmissibility testing
- Establishing Instrument Specification for allowable environmental noise
- Product Development (R&D)
Photosynthesis is the process by which green plants and microbes manufacture food. They need carbon dioxide (CO2) in the air, which enters the plant through leaves, and water (H2O) from the soil, which roots absorb. Light captured by chlorophyll in the leaves combines water and carbon dioxide to produce glucose (C6H12O6) and oxygen (O2). Since photosynthesis is a chemical reaction, its levels are monitored by the rate of occurrence. Changes in the levels of its inputs and outputs are used to calculate the photosynthetic rate using various Photosynthesis Systems.