Spectronics Corporation has introduced the feature-enriched Spectroline® AccuMAX XRP-3000 digital radiometer/photometer.
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Westbury, New York—Spectronics Corporation has introduced the feature-enriched Spectroline®AccuMAX XRP-3000 digital radiometer/photometer, the new benchmark in light measurement technology for NDT.
The AccuMAX uses a dual-wavelength sensor detector to measure both ultraviolet and visible light. This microprocessor-controlled meter features automatic zeroing, integration and signal hold. It provides standard UV intensity data as well as visible readings in various units, and is capable of accurately measuring a wide variety of NDT light sources. The meter provides NIST-traceable overall accuracy of ±5% of reading over the entire measurement range. Multilingual display settings are provided in four languages: English, French, German and Spanish.
The rugged meter housing provides superior protection against moisture contamination, shock and humidity. In addition, the AccuMAX features a water-resistant, sealed sensor housing with a special self-sealing ring to help eliminate light leakage. The sensor detector can be coupled directly to the unit or connected via the included USB cable for greater versatility. In addition to the dual UV/visible light sensor, a luminance sensor is available as an accessory for technicians performing radiographic examinations.
For more information about the AccuMAX XRP-3000 meter, call toll-free 1-800-274-8888. Outside the United States and Canada, call 516-333-4840. Website at www.spectroline.com.