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Since it is a separate type, you can accurately measure the brightness of the target location while looking at the liquid crystal display. Since it has a peak hold function, the maximum value measured can be displayed. Lighting management at offices and workshops, light adjustment for photo shooting, illumination management of vinyl houses. Measurement range (lx): 0 to 40000. Measurement accuracy: } 4% (0 to 10000 lx), } 5% (10001 to 40000 lx) Measuring method: Photodiode Power source: 1 x 9V stacked type battery (included) Width x Length ~ height: 72 ~ 30 ~ 130 mm (display side), 57 ~ 26 ~ 106 mm (light receiving side) Measuring range: 0 to 40000 lux. Resolution: 0.1 lux “. Body: ABS resin. Light receiving part: photodiode. With sensor case only. 9V battery ~ 1 (However, it is a battery for monitoring). Please do not direct sunlight to the light receiving part. Please do not use it except for use as a luminometer. This product is not waterproof structure. Country of Origin: China. Shinwa Rules Co., Ltd. (Shinwa Sokutei) is the leading manufacturer of measuring instruments having the largest share in Japan in the field of metallic scales. Shinwa Sokutei manufactures metallic rulers as flagship products and variety of measuring instruments, and provide them through distributors around the globe. Their products are mainly used for measuring architectural materials in the construction industry and highly reputed as excellent design with user-friendly functions by builders. Also, many professionals working in manufacturing plants and inspection institutions are satisfied with Shinwa’s products’ lengthy durability under harsh environment. Shinwa Sokutei, which began with the manufacture of metal rulers in 1971, has pursued “measuring” since its founding.
Measurement range: 0 to 40000 lux
Resolution: 0.1 lux
Measurement cycle: 2 times / sec
Power supply: 9V battery X1
Shinwa Rules Co., Ltd. (Shinwa Sokutei) is the leading manufacturer of measuring instruments having the largest share in Japan in the field of metallic scales.