Stroboscopes are instruments shaped similarly to torches that are used to shine lights at fast paces on objects moving at high speeds.How do they work?Once the light is flashed at several thousand rounds per minutes on a fast moving object, it creates the illusion of that object being stationary or slow moving. They consist of lamps in the top that produce quick flashes of repetitive lights.Features and benefits:Hand held options available for increased portabilityFlash rates per minute range in the thousands, reaching highs of 300,000 or more in some casesXenon powered bulbs that last a lot longer than standard Halogen and also produce bright whitesBattery operated, usually supplied with rechargeable batteries and charger cases with some brandsEasy to read digital LCD displays with many inputs availableSuitable for indoor/outdoor usePhase shift settings to further make inspections easierRounds per minute and frequency investigational tools built in some modelsAdjustable flash durationsCuts out the need for reflective tapes to be usedRugged construction making them reliableWhere might I use one?Inspection of fast moving equipment such as fans or rotary bladesBelt driven machinesCable or pipingFoundations of buildingsRoller bearings or other machine components

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RS Stock No. 877-7250
Mfr. Part No.Fluke-820-2
kr 9 000,00
±0.02 % - - - 191 x 61 x 57.1mm 240g 57.1mm 191mm +45°C - - 0°C - 820