C-Class light meter MAVOLUX COMPACT

C-Class light meter
C-Class light meter
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The compact luxmeter guarantees the reliably measure for illuminance of daylight and artificial sources of light including LED. In collaboration with leading camera specialists and lighting technicians of German TV stations, the measuring instrument was adapted to their needs one-handed operation, selectable measuring direction and display readable in the dark. Features of course also to all users in the industrial environment during the planning and installation of lighting installations, their inspection and installation monitoring as well as compliance with specified lighting conditions. Maximum reliability – Classified measurement of illuminance in lx or fc in accordance with class C per DIN 5032-7, appendix B of IEC 13032-1 and CIE 69. V(λ) matching – The spectral sensitivity of the silicon photodiode is color corrected and corresponds to the spectral brightness sensitivity of the human eye V(λ). Broad measuring range – High initial sensitivity and a resolution of 0.1 lx or 0.01 fc, right on up to large illuminance values of 199,900 lx or 19,990 fc. Cosine correction – The luminosity of a flat measuring surface is proportional to the cosine of the incident angle of light. This relationship is taken into consideration by the receiver during evaluation. Precise Measured Values – Accuracy amounts to +/- 3% +/- 1 digit of the display value. Non-volatile memory – 100 measured values can be saved and retrieved. Calibration Capability – As an option, the accredited GOSSEN Light Lab can issue a factory or a DAkkS calibration certificate for measuring equipment monitoring in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001.


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