Extech 401025 Foot Candle/Lux Light Meter

The Extech Foot Candle/Lux Light Meter accurately measures light level.

Features

  • Accurately displays light level in terms of Fc or lux over three ranges
  • Analog output for capturing readings to a recorder
  • Select fast (1 second) or slow (2 seconds) response
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Extech 401025 Foot Candle/Lux Light Meter
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Foot candle/lux light meter
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The Extech Foot Candle/Lux Light Meter accurately measures light levels 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). It utilizes precision photo diode and color correction filter and has an analog output of 1mV per count for capturing readings to a recorder.

  • Dimensions: 6.4 x 2.8 x 1.2" (163 x 70 x 30mm)
  • Weight: 7.8oz (220g)
  • Fc range: 0-200, 0-2000 and 0-5000Fc
  • Lux range: 0-2000, 0-20000, 0-50000lux
  • Resolution: 0.1Fc or 1lux
  • Accuracy: 5%
  • (1) Meter
  • (1) 9V Battery
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