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ETI 8051 Lux/FC Light Meter

ETI 8051 Lux/FC Light Meter
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ETI 8051 Lux/FC Light MeterETI 8051 Lux/FC Light Meter

About this product

This economical pocket-sized light meter measures in Lux or Foot Candles (FC) units, with easy-to-read backlit LCD. The light sensor, at the top of the unit, can be rotated through 270 degrees. The lux meter is battery-powered with a 20-minute auto off function. The unit will display the current reading and maximum and minimum readings.

Specification

Range: 0 to 30,000 Lux / 0 to 1288 FC
Resolution: 1 Lux / 0.1 FC
Accuracy: +/- 4% or +/- 50 digits
Battery: 3 x 1.5 V AAA (included)
Battery life: 20 hours
Display: 37 mm LCD
Dimensions: 30 x 60 x 121 mm
Weight: 150 g

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