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LI-COR LI-3000C Portable Leaf Area Meter

Resolution: 1 mm2 (1 mm x 1 mm scanning area)

Accuracy: Within ± 2% for samples >50 cm2

Display Capacity:

Area: 9,999,999.99 cm2

Length: 99,999,999.9 cm

Width: 12.8 cm

Display: 2 line x 16 character LCD

Keyboard: Sealed, 24 key tactile response with audio feedback

Real Time Clock: Year, month, day, hour, minute, second

Accuracy: ± 3 minutes per month (0 to 55 °C)

Internal Memory: More than 2.1MB of non-volatile FLASH; measurement data is maintained even in absence of power

Memory Capacity: From 65,000 to 125,000 individual leaf area measurements

Communications: USB 1.1 Compliant, Full Speed, Bus rate at 12 Mbps; RS-232 DTE, N,8,1, Baud rate set at 38400 bps, Hardware Flow Control

Sample Dimensions:

Width: 127 mm maximum, 1 mm minimum

Thickness: 8 mm maximum

Length: 1 meter maximum

Scanning Speed: Up to 1 m/s. Length encoding cord drawing speed need not be constant. Error message indicates if encoding cord is drawn too fast.

Power Requirement: Rechargeable 6V lead-acid battery; or 115/230VAC, 50/60 Hz, 20W maximum

Battery Capacity: Typically 12-15 hours of continuous operation

Recharging Time: 5-8 hours, instrument off; charging circuitry is built in

Battery Voltage Sensor: Low battery warning occurs approximately 1 hour before automatically shutting off the instrument. Over-voltage warning occurs if battery becomes over-charged.

Scanning Head:

LED Light Source: 6.4 mm from outer edge

Size: 30.5 cm overall length (12.0")

Weight: 680 g (1.5 lb)

Operating Temperature: 0 to 55° C, 0 to 95% RH (noncondensing)

Storage Temperature: -20 to 55° C, 0 to 95% RH (noncondensing); long term storage at high temperatures will shorten life of internal battery

Readout-Control Unit:

Size: 19.8 L x 15.5 W x 10.1 cm D (7.8" x 6.1" x 4.0")

Weight: 2.0 kg (4.4 lb)



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