The LightSpion Extender® is an excellent tool for measuring larger lamps that exceed 8 cm in diameter.

The extender of the LightSpion allows you to measure lamps that are up to 22 cm in diameter by extending the sensor distance.

 

To install the LightSpion Extender just connect the platform to 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 multiple positions. The Extender platform has two measuring distances: At 115 and 182 cm between the lamp and the LightSpion sensor.

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Specifications:

  • Shipping dimensions (L x W x H)…………………….. 105 x 32 x 28 cm
  • Shipping weight……………………………..…………. 9 kg
  • Dimensions (L x W x H) ……………………………..… 166 (99) x 43 x 31 cm
  • Weight……………………………………………..……. 7 kg
  • Sensor distance………………………………………….. 114 and 181 cm
  • Light sources diameter range……………………….…. 0 – 220 mm
  • Linear light sources depth range………..………….….. 0 – 140 mm
  • Light source maximum weight………………………… 4 kg
  • Warranty period………………………………………… 2 years

 

The power outlet is placed on the goniometer, for easy connection.
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Bracket allows for fast and easy manual adjustment of c-plane.
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It includes a high precision belt drive, it can handle up to 5 kg.
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Center of lamp adjustment done simply by sliding the lamp bracket.
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User manual (2MB)

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Full product brochure

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