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2.4 HOW TO USE THE ANALOG OUTPUT
CONNECTOR
1
The analog output plug has a polarity as shown in the figure. Connect the analog
output plug with a shield line by soldering and connect it with an outer recorder.
2
Insert the analog output plug into the analog output connector.
The output impedance of the instrument is not more than 100ohm.
The analog output voltage is calibrated to 1.998V at peak. The resolution
varies depending on the range.
The maximum output voltage is up to 3 V in manual range. Therefore, with
analog output and manual range, values exceeding the readout on the display
can be measured. For example, the illuminance from 0.005 to 15 lx can be
measured at range 1. When analog output voltage exceeds 1.998V, E2 appears
on the display.
Memo
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