- Sep 1, 2020
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50 lux is about zero par.I'm running to seneye par meter in my tank.
And for some reason it reads everything accurately but it will not read par readings at all I have no idea why anybody had any problem like this or know what could be causing it?
Still nothing on par. I don't get it. Sigh. I rebooted everything even wasted an insert changing it out .50 lux is about zero par.
Anyways try rebooting w/ seneye attached.
I've had intermittent glitches like this in usb ports.
Reads temp..no par readings.
Never had it do this on my tower but on win tablets and laptops I have.
Well inserts seem to be working..Still nothing on par. I don't get it. Sigh. I rebooted everything even wasted an insert changing it out .
Laptop is not sony. And is top of the line as far as things go. I'll try to reinstall the software and see what happens thank you I'll let you know in a minuteWell inserts seem to be working..
Only suggestion now is switch usb ports
and/or remove reinstall software software is unlikely but?? Had numerous fights with it myself esp. on win10 tablet.
Program soft crashes a lot.
Did you try logging in on line instead of the program??
Out of curiosity is the laptop a Sony?
Laptop is not sony. And is top of the line as far as things go. I'll try to reinstall the software and see what happens thank you I'll let you know in a minute I reinstalled the software it didn't Make any difference I still have zero power readings I haven't turned my lights completely up as high as they would go to see lux readings went up but par reading stayed at zero
I have a Seneye. Just used it tonight. Before you run the software, make sure the sensor is in the water and plugged into the computer. If it still won't read after running the software, enter your Task Manager, find the Seneye app and force it closed. Now reboot the software. When it comes up you should see a screen stating that Seneye is "getting things ready" and it will take a moment. That's how I know it's going to work.
Seriously!!!??? You mean it only snapshots PAR and you can't move it around the tank to check various levels as it's moving?It doesn't do a constant par reading the way it does Ph, temp, etc. You have to hold it with the sensor facing the light at the point in the tank you want to test.
No the part changes as you move the meter. But you have to have the meter facing straight up at the lights you can't have it just stuck to the side of the tankSeriously!!!??? You mean it only snapshots PAR and you can't move it around the tank to check various levels as it's moving?
If that's true, then I owe you big time because I just changed my mind about buying one.