Hydrofarm Light Meter

$75.00

SKU: TST412. Categories: , , .

This is a precision instrument used to measure luminance (footcandles). The meter is fully cosine corrected for the angular incidence of light, meaning that if you are not holding the sensor perfectly perpendicular to the light source, the sensor will still read the light correctly.

The sensor is stable and made of a long-life silicon photo diode. The digital light meter accurately measures to 40,000 FC. The meter’s built-in low battery indicator means you’ll never be caught by surprise by a low-power product.

Features

  • Measures grow lights or sunlight
  • Measures up to 40,000 footcandles
  • 3 scales for precise readings
  • Convenient hand-held remote sensor
  • Includes informative booklet with lighting recommendations

 

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 10 x 15 x 2 cm

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26 Meteor Dr.
Toronto, ON
M9W 1A4

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Monday: 10am - 6pm
Tuesday: 10am - 6pm
Wednesday: 10am - 6pm
Thursday: 10am - 8pm
Friday: 10am - 6pm
Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: Closed

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About Homegrown Hydroponics

Homegrown Hydroponics Inc. was founded in 1985 in Toronto, Ontario Canada to serve the needs of indoor gardeners. Growing from a small retail location to a network of retail locations and wholesale distribution. Now engaged in manufacture of products, importing/ exporting and regional distribution, Homegrown has products and services suited to many needs in the indoor hobby and commercial hydroponics markets.

About Hydroponics

Hydroponic gardening is better than soil gardening for several reasons. More plants can generally be grown in the same amount of space when compared to traditional soil gardens. Roots are delivered nutrients instead of having to stretch out in search of them. Also hydroponic gardens can be stacked to further increase space efficiency. The main benefit to hydroponic gardening is much higher oxygen levels in the root zone when compared to a soil garden.

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