ML4000LUX/UV Light Measurement Radio Transmitters

Light Measurement

Light (LUX) & Ultra Violet (UV) monitoring

The ML4000LUX/UV series of radio transmitters enable users to for light measurement (LUX) and ultraviolet (UV) using the most accurate sensors available. The ML4000 series of light and UV radio transmitters are a range of advanced technology allowing 24/7 monitoring of a site, with immediate alarm notification of breach to pre-set boundaries and historical analysis of data.
Measurements can be taken of the proportion of UV present (μW/Lumen), the total amount of UV (mW/ M2), and the amount of visible light LUX).

LUX is measured in the range 10 to 5000 LUX. This is sufficient for environments where a LUX level of over 600 is not normally desired, but higher ranges can be supplied upon request. The UV range is 20 to 2000 μW/Lumen.


Product FeaturesThe-IMC-Group-British-Made

  • British Made design and manufactured
  • Unrivalled low power radio for long distance transmission (over 3km over open ground)
  • Memory capacity 100,000 readings
  • High performance technology with accurate connecting sensors
  • User accessible battery and USB socket
  • Slots in back of unit for wall brackets
  • Complies with RoHS, EU and WEEE directives
  • Carries CE Marking


  • Reduce damage caused by natural and artificial light and UV on objects
  • Minimise the destructive effects of UV on organic materials
  • Save time and money previously used to restore objects affected by light and UV damage
  • Create the optimum light and UV surroundings for all artefacts
  • Light and UV products can be easily integrated into an existing Hanwell Pro system
  • Supporting British Engineering and Manufacturing Industries

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Frequency Options: A range of frequencies are available between 433-458MHz. Country specific regulations apply.
Radio Power: 10mW
Radio Range: 3km over open ground 
Battery Life: Up to 18 months

This product can be calibrated to your specifications, contact us for further details.
N.B Instrument operating range -20°C to +65°C in a non-condensing RH environment.