Stroboscopes

Stroboscopes

Since GenRad introduced the first commercial electronic stroboscope in the 1930's, the GR models have remained the world standard. To learn about stroboscopes please click here to download the Handbook of Stroboscopy, a 90 page guide that will answer almost any question you have on the subject.

3 Item(s)

per page

Set Ascending Direction
  1. Externally Triggered

    GenRad 1539-A Externally Triggered Stroboscope

    • Small size and light weight.
    • Light source on flexible cable for convenient positioning.
    • Can be triggered by several methods.
    • For machine maintenance, Real time inspection of moving parts, Printing press applications, Motor troubleshooting, For stopping motion
  2. GenRad/IET 1546 Strobotac

    GenRad 1546 Digital Stroboscope

    • High flashing rates for a stroboscope-up to 25,000 Fashes per minute, direct reading.
    • Flash duration from 1.2 μs to 2 μs for clear, crisp images.
    • Lightweight and handheld, very easy to use unit with digital readout
  3. GenRad 1531 Stroboscope

    GenRad 1531-AB Stroboscope

    • High flashing rates up to 25,000 per minute — speed measurements to 250.000 rpm.
    • Short flash duration — "stops" rapid motion and permits ultra-high-speed photography.
    • High accuracy stroboscope — rpm measurements can be made to ± 1%.

3 Item(s)

per page

Set Ascending Direction