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AEMC 2121.21 CA813 Lightmeter

CA813

Your Price $179.00
Inventory 1 to 2 Weeks
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The Lightmeter Model CA813 is a portable, easy-to-use instrument which features optical sensors that are designed to match the response of the human eye, making them ideal instruments for workspace analysis and planning. The ergonomically designed case, large display and intuitive function selection make this instrument the right choice for any application.
The Lightmeter Model CA813 is designed for simple one-hand operation. It provides selectable lux or footcandle units for display and features a 3 1/2 digit backlit LCD and HOLD function. The Model CA813 offers a PEAK function.

Applications

  • Testing for OSHA compliance in workplace, cleanroom and industrial settings
  • Ambient testing for light-sensitive displays and archives in museums and art galleries

Key Features

  • Easy one-hand operation
  • Designed to measure a wide range of lighting types
  • Removable sensor for remote reading
  • Measures in footcandles (fc) or lux
  • Cosine corrected
  • HOLD function
  • PEAK function
  • 2000-count backlit LCD
  • CIE photoptic (human eye) response
  • Lightweight and compact
  • Removable protective sensor cover
  • Includes rugged, shockproof, protective, dirt resistant holster

Specifications

General Specifications
Range 20fc, 200fc, 2000fc, 20kfc - 20lux, 200lux, 2000lux, 20klux, 200klux
Display Resolution 0.1fc or 0.1lux
Sensor Silicon photodiode
Spectral Response CIE Photoptic Curve
Accuracy for 2856K Light Source ±3% of Reading + 10cts
Display Refresh Rate 2.5 times per second, nominal
Display 3-1/2 digit LCD
Polarity Automatic
Low Battery Indication Displayed when battery voltage is low
Dimensions 6.81 x 2.38 x 1.5" (173 x 60.5 x 38mm)
Weight Approx. 7.9 oz (224g) including battery
Calibration Lab


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