The LightSpion Extender® is an excellent tool for measuring larger lamps that exceeds 8cm in diameter. The extender of the LightSpion proivides you with the distance that allows you to measure lamps that are up to 22cm in diameter.

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To install the LightSpion Extender just connect the platform with the previously installed LightSpion suitcase through a RJ45 connector. The Light Inspector software then detects the Extender and automatically adjusts the calibration data according to the new setup.

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The clamps for mounting the light source can be configured in two positions, convex and concave, as shown in the above picture. The Extender platform has two measuring distances, 115 and 182 cm.

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Specifications:

  • Dimensions……………………………… 175 x 43 x 28 cm
  • Weight…………………………………… 3 kg
  • Sensor distance………………………… 115 & 182 cm
  • Light source diameter………………… max 220 mm
  • Light source weight…………………… max 4 kg

 

Automatic center adjustment, both horizontally and vertically.

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It includes a high precision belt drive, it can handle up to 5Kg.

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The power outlet is placed on the goniometer, it allows easy connection.

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The automatic centre adjustement bracket makes it easy to mount any lamp.

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Leaflet (2Mb)

User manual (2MB)

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