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Reed Instruments SD-1128 Light Meter, 30-second intervals, room temperature with no cooling, technically runs 50% longer than claimed runtime according to ANSI standards.
Reed Instruments SD-1128 light meter Room temperature w/ no cooling Level 24, max output. “Burst” feature and “Automatic turn-off” feature disabled. Consistent with manufacturer’s runtime tests if not slightly better.