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Kid's Solar Radiometer


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Hi Geeks of the world, thanks for giving me a piece of your mind.

I have a kid's solar radiometer - the light bulb with the fan blades that most of us remember from grade school days. I wanted to know if anyone out there knows what the sensitivity of the typical bulb radiometer is.

Thanks!

pat :)
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Might help: Radiometer
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Thanks Major - that gets me closer - I'll follow on the links and see if there is a number I can reliably affix to the toy. I'll also call mfg to see whassup if I find something though I'm sure it will never be used - I'll post.

Thanks again!

p
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