SDL470

Extech SDL470 UVA/UVC Light Meter/Datalogger

Extech SDL470 UVA/UVC Light Meter/Datalogger

Description

The Extech SDL470 is a short-/long-wave UV irradiance light meter with datalogging.

Features

  • UVA probe captures long-wave 365nm UV irradiance measurements under a UVA (black light) source
  • UVC probe captures short-wave 254nm UV irradiance measurements under a UVC light source
  • Datalogger date/time stamps and stores readings onto an SD card in MS Excel format for offline data analysis
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  • UVA probe captures long-wave 365nm UV irradiance measurements under a UVA (black light) source
  • UVC probe captures short-wave 254nm UV irradiance measurements under a UVC light source
  • Cosine correction filter and metal housing
  • Datalogger date/time stamps and stores readings onto an SD card in MS Excel® format for offline data analysis
  • Offset adjustment used for zero function or to make relative measurements
  • Adjustable data sampling rate from 1 to 3600 seconds
  • Stores 99 readings manually and 20M readings on 2GB SD card
  • Type K/J Thermocouple input for temperature measurements (probes sold separately)
  • Large backlit LCD display
  • Record/Recall MIN, MAX readings, Data Hold plus Auto power off with disable function
  • Complete with built-in tilt stand, SD memory card, UVA light sensor with protective cover, UVC light sensor, hard case, Universal AC adaptor, and 6 x AA batteries
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Extech SDL470 UVA/UVC Light Meter/Datalogger SDL470 UVA/UVC light meter/datalogger
$899.00
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