The digital illuminance meter features a high precision sensor and an intuitive digital display which effectively measures light intensity and displays the results in Lux or FC. This light intensity meter is both accurate and easy to use, providing users with the data they need to create the perfect lighting conditions in any situation.
- Digital lux light meter with backlit LCD display.
- Maximum and minimum value display.
- Automatic switch-off, low voltage indication, overload indication.
- Switching between LUX/FC measurement units.
- The use of coated filter technology makes the light meter more stable and accurate.
Lux meters are widely used for light monitoring and measurement in lighting enterprises, agriculture and livestock, industry and mining, laboratories, offices, medical institutions, home applications, street lighting construction and other industries.
Q1: What is a lux meter and how does it work?
A1: A lux meter, also known as an illuminance meter, is a device used to measure the amount of light falling on a surface. It works by using a photodiode or photovoltaic cell to convert light energy into an electrical signal, which is then processed and displayed as a reading in lux units.
Q2: What are some common applications of lux meters?
A2: Lux meters are commonly used in a variety of industries and settings, including photography, film production, architecture, and interior design. They are also used in industrial settings to ensure proper lighting levels for worker safety and productivity.
Q3: How to calibrate a lux meter?
A3: Calibrating a lux meter typically involves comparing its readings to a known standard light source of a specific brightness level. This can be done using a calibration light box or similar device, and the process may vary depending on the specific type and model of the lux meter being used. It is generally recommended to have a lux meter professionally calibrated on a regular basis to ensure accuracy.
Tips: How often should a light meter be calibrated?
According to industry standards and guidelines, it is recommended to calibrate the lux meter at least annually, or after any significant change in the working environment or conditions. However, high precision applications or critical measurements may require frequent calibration. It is also important to follow the manufacturer's calibration and maintenance recommendations.
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