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*[[Prof.LAN3-list|List of known LAN'^3^']]
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%justify%LANcube (LAN'^3^') is a new device intended to sample the multispectral and multidirectional properties of the direct artificial light at night into the urban or natural environment (indoor or outdoor). We expect that it will become a powerful tool to foster new research in the fields of the impact of artificial light at night on human health and natural environments. LAN3 is a cube having on each of its face four sensors of various spectral response in the visible range (red, green, blue and clear). Each band has been calibrated in a way to deliver the integrated fluxes. Thanks to its multispectral capabilities, the sensor can  provide an estimate of the illuminance, of the correlated color temperature (CCT), the Melatonin Suppression Index (MSI), the Induced Photosynthesis Index (IPI) and the Star Light Index (SLI).  The minimum light level detected is of the order of 0.01 lux. LAN'^3^' is based on arduino open source hardware so that it can be replicated by anybody. It comprise a real time clock, a remote RF control, a micro-SD card to store the data, a GPS module and a temperature/humidity sensor. LAN'^3^' can be operated in automatic sampling mode or in manual sampling mode.
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%justify%LANcube (LAN'^3^') is a new device intended to sample the multispectral and multidirectional properties of the direct artificial light at night into the urban or natural environment (indoor or outdoor). We expect that it will become a powerful tool to foster new research in the fields of the impact of artificial light at night on human health and natural environments. LAN3 is a cube having on each of its face four sensors of various spectral response in the visible range (red, green, blue and clear). Each band has been calibrated in a way to deliver the integrated fluxes. Thanks to its multispectral capabilities, the sensor can  provide an estimate of the illuminance, of the correlated color temperature (CCT), the Melatonin Suppression Index (MSI), the Induced Photosynthesis Index (IPI) and the Star Light Index (SLI).  The minimum light level detected is 0.005 lux. LAN'^3^' is based on arduino open source hardware so that it can be replicated by anybody. It comprise a real time clock, a remote RF control, a micro-SD card to store the data, a GPS module and a temperature/humidity sensor. LAN'^3^' can be operated in automatic sampling mode or in manual sampling mode.
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*[[Prof.LAN3-users-manual[|LANcube Users manual]]
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*[[Prof.LAN3-users-manual[|LANcube Users manual]]
*[[Prof.LAN3-list|List of known LAN'^3^'
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A multispectral and multidirectional intrusive light sensor for health and environmental studies
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%center%A multispectral and multidirectional intrusive light sensor for health and environmental studies
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! LAN'^3^'
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! LAN'^3^': A multispectral and multidirectional intrusive light sensor for health and environmental studies
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A multispectral and multidirectional intrusive light sensor for health and environmental studies
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%justify%LANcube (LAN'^3^'), is a new non imaging device intended to sample the multispectral and multidirectional properties of the direct artificial light at night into the urban or natural environment (indoor or outdoor). We expect that it will become a powerful tool to foster new research in both fields. LAN'^3^' is a cube having on each of its face four sensors of various spectral response in the visible range (red, green, blue and visible). Each band has been calibrated in a way to deliver the integrated fluxes. Thanks to its multispectral capabilities, the sensor can  provide an estimate of the correlated color temperature (CCT) the illuminance (Lux) or identify the spectral type of the light fixtures (HPS, MH, Mercury, Fluorescent, Halogen, LED etc).  The minimum light level detected is of the order of 0.01 lux. LAN'^3^' is based on arduino open source hardware so that it can be replicated by anybody. In its basic version, it comprise a real time clock, a remote RF control, a micro-SD card to store the data, a temperature, humidity and pressure sensors along with a GPS module. LAN3 can be operated in automatic sampling mode or in manual sampling mode. Future development should include the calculation of the melatonin suppression index, the star light index and the induced photosynthesis index along with newly suggested spectral indices introduced in the litterature and to extract the spatial distribution of the nearby light source for a given set of lighting applications (roadways etc).
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%justify%LANcube (LAN'^3^') is a new device intended to sample the multispectral and multidirectional properties of the direct artificial light at night into the urban or natural environment (indoor or outdoor). We expect that it will become a powerful tool to foster new research in the fields of the impact of artificial light at night on human health and natural environments. LAN3 is a cube having on each of its face four sensors of various spectral response in the visible range (red, green, blue and clear). Each band has been calibrated in a way to deliver the integrated fluxes. Thanks to its multispectral capabilities, the sensor can  provide an estimate of the illuminance, of the correlated color temperature (CCT), the Melatonin Suppression Index (MSI), the Induced Photosynthesis Index (IPI) and the Star Light Index (SLI).  The minimum light level detected is of the order of 0.01 lux. LAN'^3^' is based on arduino open source hardware so that it can be replicated by anybody. It comprise a real time clock, a remote RF control, a micro-SD card to store the data, a GPS module and a temperature/humidity sensor. LAN'^3^' can be operated in automatic sampling mode or in manual sampling mode.
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%justify%LANcube (LAN'^3^'), is a new non imaging device intended to sample the multispectral and multidirectional properties of the direct artificial light at night into the urban or natural environment (indoor or outdoor). We expect that it will become a powerful tool to foster new research in both fields. LAN'^3^' is a cube having on each of its face four sensors of various spectral response in the visible range (red, green, blue and visible). Each band has been calibrated in a way to deliver the integrated fluxes. Thanks to its multispectral capabilities, the sensor can  provide an estimate of the correlated color temperature (CCT) the illuminance (Lux) or identify the spectral type of the light fixtures (HPS, MH, Mercury, Fluorescent, Halogen, LED etc).  The minimum light level detected is of the order of 0.01 lux. LAN'^3^' is based on arduino open source hardware so that it can be replicated by anybody. In its basic version, it comprise a real time clock, a remote RF control, a micro-SD card to store the data, a temperature, humidity and pressure sensors along with a GPS module. LAN3 can be operated in automatic sampling mode or in manual sampling mode. Future development should include the calculation of the melatonin suppression index, the star light index and the induced photosynthesis index along with newly suggested spectral indices introduced in the litterature and to extract the spatial distribution of the nearby light source for a given set of lighting applications (roadways etc).
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%justify%LANcube (LAN'^3^'), is a new non imaging device intended to sample the multispectral and multidirectional properties of the direct artificial light at night into the urban or natural environment (indoor or outdoor). We expect that it will become a powerful tool to foster new research in both fields. LAN'^3^' is a cube having on each of its face four sensors of various spectral response in the visible range (red, green, blue and visible). Each band has been calibrated in a way to deliver the integrated fluxes. Thanks to its multispectral capabilities, the sensor can  provide an estimate of the correlated color temperature (CCT) the illuminance (Lux) or identify the spectral type of the light fixtures (HPS, MH, Mercury, Fluorescent, Halogen, LED etc).  The minimum light level detected is of the order of 0.01 lux. LAN'^3^' is based on arduino open source hardware so that it can be replicated by anybody. In its basic version, it comprise a real time clock, a remote RF control, a micro-SD card to store the data, a temperature, humidity and pressure sensors along with a GPS module. LAN3 can be operated in automatic sampling mode or in manual sampling mode. Future development should include the calculation of the melatonin suppression index, the star light index and the induced photosynthesis index along with newly suggested spectral indices introduced in the litterature and to extract the spatial distribution of the nearby light source for a given set of lighting applications (roadways etc).

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*[[Prof.LAN3-technical|Software/hardware system installation / definition of the LANcube]]
*[[Prof.LAN3-users-manual[|LANcube Users manual]]
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! LAN3: A multispectral and multidirectional intrusive light sensor for health and environmental studies
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! LAN'^3^': A multispectral and multidirectional intrusive light sensor for health and environmental studies
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%justify%LANcube (LAN3), is a new non imaging device intended to sample the multispectral and multidirectional properties of the direct artificial light at night into the urban or natural environment (indoor or outdoor). We expect that it will become a powerful tool to foster new research in both fields. LAN3 is a cube having on each of its face four sensors of various spectral response in the visible range (red, green, blue and visible). Each band has been calibrated in a way to deliver the integrated fluxes. Thanks to its multispectral capabilities, the sensor can  provide an estimate of the correlated color temperature (CCT) the illuminance (Lux) or identify the spectral type of the light fixtures (HPS, MH, Mercury, Fluorescent, Halogen, LED etc).  The minimum light level detected is of the order of 0.01 lux. LAN3 is based on arduino open source hardware so that it can be replicated by anybody. In its basic version, it comprise a real time clock, a remote RF control, a micro-SD card to store the data, a temperature, humidity and pressure sensors along with a GPS module. LAN3 can be operated in automatic sampling mode or in manual sampling mode. Future development should include the calculation of the melatonin suppression index, the star light index and the induced photosynthesis index along with newly suggested spectral indices introduced in the litterature and to extract the spatial distribution of the nearby light source for a given set of lighting applications (roadways etc).
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%justify%LANcube (LAN'^3^'), is a new non imaging device intended to sample the multispectral and multidirectional properties of the direct artificial light at night into the urban or natural environment (indoor or outdoor). We expect that it will become a powerful tool to foster new research in both fields. LAN'^3^' is a cube having on each of its face four sensors of various spectral response in the visible range (red, green, blue and visible). Each band has been calibrated in a way to deliver the integrated fluxes. Thanks to its multispectral capabilities, the sensor can  provide an estimate of the correlated color temperature (CCT) the illuminance (Lux) or identify the spectral type of the light fixtures (HPS, MH, Mercury, Fluorescent, Halogen, LED etc).  The minimum light level detected is of the order of 0.01 lux. LAN'^3^' is based on arduino open source hardware so that it can be replicated by anybody. In its basic version, it comprise a real time clock, a remote RF control, a micro-SD card to store the data, a temperature, humidity and pressure sensors along with a GPS module. LAN3 can be operated in automatic sampling mode or in manual sampling mode. Future development should include the calculation of the melatonin suppression index, the star light index and the induced photosynthesis index along with newly suggested spectral indices introduced in the litterature and to extract the spatial distribution of the nearby light source for a given set of lighting applications (roadways etc).
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November 2018
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%center%Martin Aubé, Ph.D.

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LANcube (LAN3), is a new non imaging device intended to sample the multispectral and multidirectional properties of the direct artificial light at night into the urban or natural environment (indoor or outdoor). We expect that it will become a powerful tool to foster new research in both fields. LAN3 is a cube having on each of its face four sensors of various spectral response in the visible range (red, green, blue and visible). Each band has been calibrated in a way to deliver the integrated fluxes. Thanks to its multispectral capabilities, the sensor can  provide an estimate of the correlated color temperature (CCT) the illuminance (Lux) or identify the spectral type of the light fixtures (HPS, MH, Mercury, Fluorescent, Halogen, LED etc).  The minimum light level detected is of the order of 0.01 lux. LAN3 is based on arduino open source hardware so that it can be replicated by anybody. In its basic version, it comprise a real time clock, a remote RF control, a micro-SD card to store the data, a temperature, humidity and pressure sensors along with a GPS module. LAN3 can be operated in automatic sampling mode or in manual sampling mode. Future development should include the calculation of the melatonin suppression index, the star light index and the induced photosynthesis index along with newly suggested spectral indices introduced in the litterature and to extract the spatial distribution of the nearby light source for a given set of lighting applications (roadways etc).
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Martin Aubé, Ph.D.

November 2018

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LANcube (LAN3), is a new non imaging device intended to sample the multispectral and multidirectional properties of the direct artificial light at night into the urban or natural environment (indoor or outdoor). We expect that it will become a powerful tool to foster new research in both fields. LAN3 is a cube having on each of its face four sensors of various spectral response in the visible range (red, green, blue and visible). Each band has been calibrated in a way to deliver the integrated fluxes. Thanks to its multispectral capabilities, the sensor can  provide an estimate of the correlated color temperature (CCT) the illuminance (Lux) or identify the spectral type of the light fixtures (HPS, MH, Mercury, Fluorescent, Halogen, LED etc).  The minimum light level detected is of the order of 0.01 lux. LAN3 is based on arduino open source hardware so that it can be replicated by anybody. In its basic version, it comprise a real time clock, a remote RF control, a micro-SD card to store the data, a temperature, humidity and pressure sensors along with a GPS module. LAN3 can be operated in automatic sampling mode or in manual sampling mode. Future development should include the calculation of the melatonin suppression index, the star light index and the induced photosynthesis index along with newly suggested spectral indices introduced in the litterature and to extract the spatial distribution of the nearby light source for a given set of lighting applications (roadways etc).
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! LAN3: A multispectral and multidirectional intrusive light sensor for health and environmental studies

LANcube (LAN3), is a new non imaging device intended to sample the multispectral and multidirectional properties of the direct artificial light at night into the urban or natural environment (indoor or outdoor). We expect that it will become a powerful tool to foster new research in both fields. LAN3 is a cube having on each of its face four sensors of various spectral response in the visible range (red, green, blue and visible). Each band has been calibrated in a way to deliver the integrated fluxes. Thanks to its multispectral capabilities, the sensor can  provide an estimate of the correlated color temperature (CCT) the illuminance (Lux) or identify the spectral type of the light fixtures (HPS, MH, Mercury, Fluorescent, Halogen, LED etc).  The minimum light level detected is of the order of 0.01 lux. LAN3 is based on arduino open source hardware so that it can be replicated by anybody. In its basic version, it comprise a real time clock, a remote RF control, a micro-SD card to store the data, a temperature, humidity and pressure sensors along with a GPS module. LAN3 can be operated in automatic sampling mode or in manual sampling mode. Future development should include the calculation of the melatonin suppression index, the star light index and the induced photosynthesis index along with newly suggested spectral indices introduced in the litterature and to extract the spatial distribution of the nearby light source for a given set of lighting applications (roadways etc).
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