This Lux meter is an accurate and way to determine that the level of light in your work place meets specified criteria.
It's used for checking the level of luminance, luminance is a measure of the amount of light falling on a surface. It is defined as: 'the density of the luminous flux incident on a surface'. It is the quotient of the luminous flux by the area of the surface when the latter is uniformly illuminated.. This convenient gadget is widely used in many areas such as construction, inspection, photography and etc.
Take measurements in optimum positions thanks to the Lux meter’s separate light sensor
Fast and accurate readings from 0 – 50,000 Lux over 3 measurement ranges
Easy to read, clear 4 digit LCD display – in all light conditions
Light and portable, meter comes in a sturdy storage box
LSI circuit use for high reliability and durability
Auto zero adjustment
Low battery indicator
Display: 18mm (0.7”) LCD
Ranges: 0-50,000 Lux over 3 ranges
Over-input: Indication of “ l ”
Sampling time: 0.4 seconds
Operating temperature: 0º to 50ºC (32º to 122ºF)
Operating humidity: Less than 80% RH
Follows the CIE (International Commision on Illumination Photoscopic Curve)
Dimension: 118 x 70 x 29mm (4.6 x 2.7 x 1.1”)
Weight: 195g (including battery)
Power supply: 006P DC9V battery (included). Consumption current approx 2 mA
The Ultrasonic Distance Measurer is perfect for real estate agents, interior designers, home handymen and building industry professionals or even you who need to quickly and effectively measure the area and volume of a room or the distance between objects. Measuring direct distances between 2 to 60 ft (0.55 to 18.288 meter), this distance measurer transmits laser light to the point you wish to measure. The laser pointer makes it simple to get a perfect measurement each and every time by making your target visible from a distance. Accurate, easy to use and effective.
Compact and lightweight in design
Digital count LCD display.
Easy to use
Ultrasonic Distance Measurer with Laser Point
One touch calculation of distance, area and volume
Calculation of area and volume - based on the data measured