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Light Meter Datalogger
- Item # 13G531
- Mfr. Model # SDL400
- UNSPSC # 41115308
- Catalog Page # 668
- Shipping Weight 4.05 lbs.
- Item Light Meter
- Lighting Types All Visible Light
- Measuring Range 0 to 10,000 FC, 0 to 100,000 Lux
- Resolution 0.1Fc/1Lux
- Accuracy +/-4%
- Display 9,999 Count Backlit LCD
- Data Hold Yes
- Min./Max. Memory Yes
- Data Logging 20M Readings Using The Included 2G SD Card
- Interface SD Card and RS-232
- Memory 2G SD Card
- Auto Power Off Yes
- Battery Type (6) AA
- Sensor Photo Diode And Color Correction Filter, Spectrum Designed To Meet CIE
- Cord Length 39" (1m)
- Calibration Certificate Optional
- Includes Six AA Batteries, SD Card, Light Sensor With Protective Cover, Carrying Case, and Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 Year
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