|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.2 x 1.1 x 2.8 inches|
|Item model number||LX1010B|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
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HDE LX-1010B Digital Luxmeter Light Meter with LCD Display - Range up to 50,000 Lux
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- The digital light meter will allow you to measure the lighting in an area
- The digital light meter uses a 9V battery(not included); Accurate up to 50,000 lux +/- 5%
- Product comes equipped with a light sensor that is separate from the reading device, allowing its users to take measurements at an optimal position.
- Package Contents: 1 x Digital Light Meter
- HDE® is a registered trademark and is the only authorized seller of HDE branded products
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Display: 3-1/2 digit 18mm LCD
Power: 9V battery
Ranges: 0 - 50,000 Lux
Sampling rate: 0.4second
Operating temperature: 32°F-122°F (0°C-50°C)
Battery life: 200 hours (estimate)
Dimensions: 4.6x2.7x1.1 inch (118x70x29mm)
1 piece Lux meter LX1010B,
1 piece Carrying case,
1 piece 9V battery,
1 piece User manual.
The light sensor is under the cap. You must remove the cap for it to work properly
Top Customer Reviews
Some clarifications from criticism made on other reviews: lux meters are made to approximate the brightness of light as it appears to human vision. Its is not an exposure meter for photography, but with formulas, conversions can be made. Human color vision can go down to ~ 0.03 lux, and most lux meters are designed for industrial use to estimate how much lighting a human work environment should have; ~ 0.3 lux is the brightness of a full moon illuminating a dark night [ no light pollution from any man made sources] a light that few will ever read or work out off. Measurements below 1 lux are increasingly for scientific use.
Is the accuracy good enough and what if it drifts from its setting? This device is probably made by see "comments", and other brands not only look identical, they have identical instruction manuals, so you can review it before hand, see comments. A human eye can barely discern 1 lux from 2, its better at large changes, say 10 versus 20, that the rated accuracy of 5% is practically invisible, if this reported value is true.
How accurate is it? I have a fenix LD01 ...Read more ›
In the perverse logic of the manufacturer, the words OPEN are on the top of the cover, inside a raised edge circle. So naturally I was pushing down on the OPEN, thinking that would somehow pop the dome off. If the technical writer had ever read Charles L. Dogson, he would have known to write OPEN ME instead, and saved me from almost pushing a hole through the device. I bet they're having a real giggle about that back in the factory.
The lux meter is working now, but it's too soon to know how long it'll last.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The dome on this meter is white. If it looks black to you, it's because you still have the cover on. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Noname
This is a good, affordable lux meter that covers a good range of light levels. I had some trouble figuring out the cover, it simply lifts off the actual light sensor like a cover. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chaotic