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Extech 401025: Foot Candle/Lux Light Meter

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Extech Foot Candle Light Meter Includes analog output and fast/slow response feature

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  • Accurately displays light level in terms of Fc or Lux over three ranges: Fc (0-200, 0-2000 and 0-5000Fc) and Lux (0-2000, 0-20000, 0-50000Lux)
  • Resolution of 0.1Fc or 1Lux with 5% accuracy
  • Select fast (1 second) or slow (2 seconds) response
  • Monitor light levels using outputs; 1mV per count analog output for capturing readings to a recorder
  • Utilizes precision photo diode and color correction filter; Cosine/color corrected
  • Dimensions: 6.4 x 2.8 x 1.2" (163 x 70 x 30mm); Weight: 7.8oz (220g)
  • Complete with 9V battery
  • Additional Info

    Additional Info

    Model MS-EX401025
    Set Product as New to Date No
    Display 0.5" (13 mm) LCD (Liquid Crystal Display).
    Measurement Lux, Ft-candle (Fc).
    Ranges Lux: 0 to 50,000 Lux, 3 ranges. Foot-candle: 0-5,000 Fc, 3 Ranges.
    Sensor  Exclusive photo diode & color correction filter, spectrum designed to meet C. I. E.
    Zero Adjustment  Manual adjustment.
    Sampling Time  Approx. 0.4 sec.
    Response Time  Fast: 0.25s; Slow: 1s
    Over Input Indication  Indication of "1"
    Analog Output  0.1 mV/1 digit, max. output :200mV.
    Operating Temperature  (32°F to 122°F).(0°C to 50°C).
    Operating Humidity  Less than 80% RH.
    Power Supply  006P DC 9V battery
    Power Current  Approx. 2 mA DC
    Weight  220 g / 0.52 LB
    Dimension  Main instrument: 6.4x2.8x1.2 inch (163x70x30mm).
    Sensor Probe: 3.2x2.2x0.5 inch (85x55x12 mm).
    Clamp Meter Type N/A
    Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year
    Mfr. Model # 401025
    Usually Ships 3 to 7 days
    Standards CE Approved


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