The Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR) logger is a true integrating light logger for use in air or underwater for photosynthesis recordings. The PAR reading is stored in the internal non-volatile memory along with the ambient temperature (measured inside the logger) and a timestamp. When in range, the logger wirelessly communicates to the Odyssey® Xtract software application (download free from Play Store) on your android phone or tablet and stores the readings on your device. When the Xtract application detects a network connection, it sends the data to the cloud database servers. Using any standard internet browser, connect to the Odyssey® Xpert Web portal to analyse your data.


    • 400 to 700nm response
    • Cosine response
    • Low Cost
    • Wireless
    • Fully submersible to 30m
    • Internal Ambient Temperature reading.
    • Variable Integration period
    • Continuous ring buffer storage

    Included in contents

    • 1 x Xtreem Photosynthetic Active Radiation Logger       
    • 2 x AA Batteries
    • 1 year data subscription.

    Detected Wavelength: Cosine corrected photosynthetic irradiance sensor 400 - 700nm

    Ambient Temperature Sensor: Resolution ±0.1°C       

    Accuracy: ±0.5°C typical

    Battery Life: 2 Years - Based on 15min recording intervals, using 12 hours of daylight on average

    Memory Capacity: 60,000- Including logger temperature

    Operating Temperature: -20 to 55°C

    Waterproof: IP68 submersible to 30m

    Data Collection Device: Phone/Tablet with Android 6.0 or greater.

    Data Communications: Wireless Bluetooth LE 4.0





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    Xtreem Photosynthetic Active Radiation Logger
    € 299,-
    Xtreem Photosynthetic Active Radiation Logger
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