LI-3000C Portable Leaf Area Meter
- Simple, Fast and Accurate
- Proven Technology
- Non-destructive measurements
- Windows Interface Software
The LI-3000C combines an easy-to-use readout console with the proven scanning technology of the LI-3000C sensor head to provide a powerful system for portable, non-destructive leaf area measurements. It utilizes an electronic method of rectangular approximation to provide 1 mm2 resolution. Leaf area, leaf length, average width, and maximum width are logged by the readout console as the scanning head is drawn over a leaf. Files can be viewed on the display or output to a computer using the LI‑3000C application software.
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