EA31

Extech EasyView Light Meter

Extech EasyView Light Meter

Description

The Extech EasyView Light Meter provides high intensity measurements up to 400,000 lux and 40,000 foot candles.

Features

  • Data hold freezes reading on display
  • Cosine and color corrected measurements
  • Low battery and overrange indication
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The Extech EasyView Light Meter is a compact and rugged design instrument with a large display. The meter utilizes a precision silicon photodiode sensor with 3 feet of coiled cable for easy extension and storage. The data hold function freezes a reading on the display for further analysis.

 

Model EA31 measures foot candles in 4 ranges and lux in 4 anges. Model EA30 measures foot candles in 4 ranges and lux in 5 ranges. Additionally, Model EA30 includes a bargraph display, peak hold function to capture short light pulses to 100μsec, and a relatie function for zero or difference from reference value. Applications include high resolution readings for low level measurement in places like parking lots, stairwells, and ATM machines.

Notable Specifications:

EA30

 

  • Lux range: 40, 400, 4000, 40000, 400000Lux
  • Lux resolution: 0.01
  • Lux basic accuracy: ±3%rdg + 0.5%FS
  • Foot candles range: 40, 400, 4000, 40000Fc
  • Dimensions: 5.9 x 2.8 x 1.4" (150 x 72 x 33mm)
  • Weight: 8.3oz (235g)

 

EA31

 

  • Lux range: 20, 200, 2000, 20000Lux
  • Lux resolution: 0.01
  • Lux basic accuracy: ±3%rdg + 0.5%FS
  • Foot candles range: 20, 200, 2000, 20000Fc
  • Dimensions: 5.9 x 2.8 x 1.4" (150 x 72 x 33mm)
  • Weight: 8.3oz (235g)


What's Included:
  • (1) Light meter
  • (1) Built-in stand
  • (1) Light sensor
  • (1) Protective cover with 39" (1m) coiled cable
  • (1) Protective holster
  • (6) AAA batteries
  • (1) Carrying case
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Extech EasyView Light Meter EA31 EasyView light meter
$149.99
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Extech EasyView Light Meter EA31-NIST EasyView light meter 4 ranges, NIST traceable
$274.99
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Extech EasyView Light Meter EA30 EasyView high intensity light meter
$189.99
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Extech EasyView Light Meter EA30-NIST EasyView high intensity light meter, NIST traceable
$314.99
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