The PCE-170 A photometer is well-known for its durability as well as its good quality at a good price. The photometer has a wide measurement range. Thanks to its fast response time and compact housing you can use this meter with just one hand. The PCE-170 A Illuminometer can be used even by inexperienced personnel. With the PCE-170 A Illuminometer you will be able to perform a professional valuation. The PCE-170 A Illuminometer can be widely used within the industrial sector. For example, it is possible to check light conditions in workplaces, warehouses, industries and apartments with the PCE-170 A Illuminometer. In addition, emergency escape routes can be tested with the PCE-170A Illuminometer for proper illumination. The PCE-170 A Illuminometer is an irreplaceable instrument to prevent occupational hazards and it meets professional standards.
Workplaces will become safer and you will save expenses. Latest research has discovered that too little as well as too much illumination in a workplace can be harmful for humans. You can also check illumination at home, in your dining-room for instance. The digital PCE-170 A Illuminometer measures in Lux units (lumen/m² or lumen/foot²). This solid and portable PCE-170 A Illuminometer provides very accurate results and comes with a zero-reset function when it is on. It also has a sensor with a response curve for all the visible spectrum. Light is measured by means of a silicon photodiode independently from the extension and direction of the light source. With the ease of use and rapid measurement methods, the device quickly becomes a familiar tool, and an inseparable part of the working day.
|Ranges||0.00 ... 40,000 lux|
0.000 ... 4000 fc
|Resolution||0.01 lux/0.001 fc|
|Accuracy||±3% of the measurement value + 5 digits|
|Overload indicator||OL = Overload|
|Rate of measurement||Every 2 seconds|
|Operating temperature||0 ... 40°C / 32 ... 104°F|
|Light sensor||Silicon photo diode|
|Display||5-digit LCD display|
|Dimensions||33 x 54 x 196 mm / 1.3 x 2.1 x 7.7 in|
|Weight||180 g < 1 lb|