TASI-631 Digital Light Meter Luxmeter environmental testing instrument hand-held with Large LCD screen

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Place of Origin:
Guangdong, China
Brand Name:
TASI
Model Number:
TASI-631
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2000 Piece/Pieces per Week
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shenzhen
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TASI-631 Digital Light Meter Luxmeter environmental testing instrument hand-held with Large LCD screen

  Display: 3-½ digit liquid crystal display (LCD) with maximum reading of 1999. 

Overrange: "OL" is displayed. 
Low  battery  indication: The  “+ -”  is  displayed  when the battery voltage drops below the operating level. 
Measurement rate: 2.5 times per second, nominal. 
Operating Environment: 0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F) at < 70% R.H. 
Storage  Temperature: -20°C to  60°C  (-4°F  to  140°F),  0 to 80% R.H. with battery removed from meter. 
Accuracy:  Stated  accuracy  at  23°C  ±  5°C  (73°F  ±  9°F), <70% R.H. 
Battery: Standard  9V  battery  (NEDA  1604,  IEC  6F22 006P). 
Battery Life: 200 hours typical with carbon zinc battery. 
Dimensions: 190mm x 65.5mm x 35mm
Weight: Approx.210g including battery. 
Photometric Formulas: 10.764 footcandles=lux (lumens/meter2) ; 0.0929lux=footcandles(lumens/foot2
Range: 200lux, 2000lux, 20klux, 200klux 
     200fc, 2000fc, 20kfc, 200kfc 
Resolution: 0.1lux, 0.1fc 
Spectral response: CIE photopic (The CIE photopic curve is an international standard for the color response of the average human eye. )
Acceptance angle: ƒ′2<3% cosine corrected (150°) 
Total accuracy for CIE standard illuminant A (2856K): ±(3%rdg + 10dgts) 
CIE standard illuminant A can be realized by means of CIE standard source A, which is defined as: A gas-filled tungsten-filament lamp operating at a corre-lated color temperature of 2856K. 
Temperature Coefficient:  0.1 x (specified accuracy)/°C (<18°C or >28°C), 0.056 x (specified accuracy)/°F (<64.4°F or >82.4°F) 
Peak Hold response time: >50mS pulse light. 

Edited by ZACK