A lux meter is a device for measuring brightness, specifically, the intensity with which the brightness appears to the human eye. A lux meter works by using a photo cell to capture light. The meter then converts this light to an electrical current, and measuring this current allows the device to calculate the lux value of the light it captured.
⚡ Measures light in lux or footcandles ⚡ Flexible sensor attached to meter by coiled cable ⚡ Silicon photodiode sensor and filter ⚡ Suitable for testing fluorescent, metal halide, high pressure sodium and incandescent light sources ⚡ Measurement range to 200,000 lux or 20,000 FC
⚡ Simple, fast and precise measurement of illuminance (Lux) according to the V-lambda curve for all common light sources ⚡ Wide range of applications due to LED compatibility (except single-colour blue LED) ⚡ Fast in-app configuration, graph history, second screen and measurement data memory in the testo Smart App ⚡ Audible alarm sounds if a limit value is exceeded