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Extech Lighting Retrofit Kits

Extech Lighting Retrofit Kits

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The Lighting Retrofit Kit includes all of the compact tools to comprehensively assess lighting infrastructure.

Features

  • LT300 light meter
  • DT200 compact laser distance meter
  • Model LRK15 includes 380940 400A AC/DC Watt clamp meter
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Designed for professionals who routinely audit existing and replacement lighting systems for energy efficiency and lighting performance, the Extech Lighting Retrofit Kit offers the compact tools that are indispensable at customer site. Quickly measure lighting levels with the ergonomic, easy to use light meter. The laser distance meter with built-in tools calculates areas even in hard-to-measure spots. Additionally, the LRK15 kit includes a versatile electrical test tool with built-in wattage measurement. These kits are ideal for lighting system audits, post-retrofit verification testing, construction audits, and project installation.

What's Included:

LRK10

  • (1) LT300 light meter
  • (1) DT200 laser distance meter
  • (1) Carrying case

 

LRK15

  • (1) LT300 light meter
  • (1) DT200 laser distance meter
  • (1) 380940 power clamp meter
  • (1) Carrying case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech Lighting Retrofit Kits LRK10 Lighting retrofit kit
$279.99
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Extech Lighting Retrofit Kits LRK15 Lighting retrofit kit with power clamp meter
$549.00
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