Visible range light sensor; useful for synchronization with visual stimuli and cues.
A common need when working with biosignals is the synchronization of the recorded data with external sources (e.g. a computer screen for visual evoked potentials). If applied to the computer screen, our LUX sensor can be used to detect chromatic changes in the stimuli, hence providing a synchronization source. The LUX sensor can also be useful for optical synchronization with third-party devices (provided that the third-party device can trigger an LED), in applications where it is important to have electrical decoupling between devices.