REED K4020-230V Offers
- Digital strobocope freezes the motion and measures the speed of a rotating object, without contact
- Simply aim and synchronize the strobe’s flash rate (fpm) with the speed (rpm) of the object
- Direct reading of RPMs
- Exclusive one-chip micro-computer LSI circuit and crystal control time-base assures accuracy of ±1%
- 4-digit, 0.3″ high LED display
- Duty cycles from 5 to 30 minutes (depending on RPM range)
- Tripod mountable
- AC operated
- Plastic injection case. Plastic lens. Mirror type reflector.
REED K4020 – 230V Specifications
|Flash/Speed Rate||100 to 10,000 fpm/rpm|
|Accuracy||±1% (100 to 5000 fpm/rpm) ±0.05% (over 5000 fpm/rpm)|
|Power Supply||230V AC ±15%, 50/60 Hz|
|Dimensions||201 x 120 x 120 mm)|
Wikipedia Definition A stroboscope also known as a strobe, is an instrument used to make a cyclically moving object appear to be slow-moving, or stationary. It consists of either a rotating disk with slots or holes or a lamp such as a flashtube which produces brief repetitive flashes of light. Usually the rate of the stroboscope is adjustable to different frequencies. When a rotating or vibrating object is observed with the stroboscope at its vibration frequency (or a submultiple of it), it appears stationary. Thus stroboscopes are also used to measure frequency.