Anthony Tekatch anthony at unihedron.com
Sat Feb 28 01:32:03 UTC 2015

Hello Aleksander,

I guess the cat is out of the bag :)

We have just recently fully geared up for production hence the hidden

This product was initially designed for sea turtle hatchling studies but
may find uses in fields that our other light meters cover.

The "V" in SQM-LU-DL-V stands for "Vector" which means that the unit can
record vector measurements of Altitude and Azimuth by way of its built-in
accelerometer/compass module.

About the GPS; we did some initial experimentation with an older GPS
module and realized that without a display showing a valid connection
that there could easily be issues about taking light readings and not
having a GPS fix. I realize that there are newer GPS modules with higher
sensitivity, and we may revisit that in the future.

Best regards,

On Fri, 27 Feb 2015 20:19:26 +0100, aleksander.kurek at uj.edu.pl wrote:

>  Dear Unihedron crew,
>  I think SQM-LU-DL-V is a very good addition and can I ask - are you
>  possibly going to inlcude GPS feature also?
>  Best regards,
>  Aleksander Kurek,
>  Jagiellonian University Observatory,
>  Poland
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