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International Catalog Number
JT50 (lx only, display language is Japanese only)
JT50 (lx & fc, display language is English only)
US Catalog Number
401-710 (lx & fc, display language is English only)
C-7000





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C-7000 SpectroMaster

The SPECTROMASTER C-7000 is a portable handheld spectrometer, designed especially for industrial use.

Utilizing Sekonic’s CMOS linear image sensor design and large touch-screen color display, the C-7000 can measure and accurately describe LED, HMI, fluorescent, as well as natural light and electronic flash.

The C-7000’s Utility software (only Windows version available), displays memorized data in several ways and outputs spectral data in 1nm (nanometer) increments in CSV format.

The C-7000 is an important measuring tool for quality control in lamp manufacturing, medical facilities, educational / office safety and health standards, agricultural lighting / design and many more industrial uses.

NOTE:
Before purchase, please confirm the display language for the meter.
Sekonic offers the meter in English and Japanese separately, and the display language cannot be changed in the meter or Utility by end-user.

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