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Never be left in the dark with the new LM195 LED light meter

With the ever growing demand for LED lighting systems, Martindale Electric have now made it quick and easy to verify the performance of new LED installations with the LM195, a high quality light meter with built in correction factors for LED light sources. The LM195 delivers fast, reliable readings for a wide range of LED, fluorescent and incandescent lighting, ideal for ensuring regulatory compliance and adequate performance of new and existing lighting systems in industrial and commercial environments.

Designed for use with the very latest LED lighting systems, the LM195 provides accurate readings up to 200,000 lux with a maximum resolution of 0.1 lux in the 200 lux range. The sensor can be rotated to cater for oblique angles of lighting and detached completely for easy access to any source.

Suitable for both the commissioning of new installations and checking the performance of existing lighting installations, the new LM195 can be used to ensure correct lighting levels which meet the required levels for a safe and healthy working environment.

Also available from the latest range of light meters from Martindale Electric is the new LM192 light meter. Suitable for use on different types of lighting with manual compensation, the LM192 is a general purpose light meter which can be used to achieve optimum results through the high performance detachable sensor.

Able to operate for approximately 80 hours on one set of batteries, both new models feature an intuitive layout and include Min/Max and Hold functions.

Encased in rugged housing, both the LM192 and LM195 from Martindale Electric, are supplied with alkaline batteries, carry case and Martindale’s comprehensive two year guarantee.

For more information visit http://martindale-electric.co.uk/, email sales@martindale-electric.co.uk or call +44 (0) 1923 441 717.


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