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Different calibration files are provided for each of the three switch settings. Be sure to load the file that matches the switch setting you are using. In other cases, you can use this sensor without calibration, reading just voltage. Note that for this sensor, voltage is always proportional to light intensity. If you want to calibrate the Light Sensor yourself, you can do so. Using a calibrated light meter and is similar to the procedure used to calibrate any other Vernier probe.
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