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Extech 401021: Foot Candle Light MultiMeter Adaptor

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Converts your multimeter to a Foot Candle light meter (up to 5,000Fc) with 3 Ranges

Availability: In stock

$69.99

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Measures Foot Candle on your multimeter With 0.1FC/1Lux resolution

  • A low cost alternative to a full size meter with display. Simply plug into your multimeter for direct measurements in Foot candles or Lux.
  • Photo diode sensor prolongs life and enables instrument to cover wide ranges
  • Three ranges (5% accuracy): (0 to 5,000Fc)
  • Banana plugs insert directly into your multimeter, switch to 200mV range and aim sensor for reading on your multimeter
  • 1mV/Fc output
  • CE approved; one year warranty
  • Dims: 3.9 x 2 x 1"(100 x 50 x 25mm) Weight: 6.7oz (190g)
  • Complete with sensor with 3.8ft (1.2m) cable, protective cap, and 9V battery

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-EX401021
Set Product as New to Date No
Specification
Model 401021
Fc Ranges (res.)
Output
0 to 200Fc (0.1)
1mV/Fc
200 to 2000Fc (1)
0.1mV/1Fc
2000 to 5000Fc (10)
0.1mV/10Fc
Model 401020
Lux Ranges (res.)
Output
0 to 2000Lux (1)
0.1mV/1Lux
2000 to 20,000Lux (10)
0.1mV/10Lux
20,000 to 50,000Lux (100)
0.1mV/100Lux
Accuracy ±(5% + 0.1mV)
Dimensions/Weight 3.9 x 2 x 1" (100 x 50 x 25mm)/ 6.7oz (190g)
Clamp Meter Type N/A
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year
Mfr. Model # 401021
Usually Ships 3 to 5 days
Standards CE Approved

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