Strobe Light

Strobe lights are used in Television and Theatrical lighting to give an illusion of slow motion. A strobe light flashing at the proper period can appear to freeze or reverse cyclical motion. A typical commercial strobe light has a flash energy in the region of 10 to 150 joules, and discharge times as short as a few milliseconds, often resulting in a flash power of several kilowatts. Larger strobe lights can be used in continuous€ mode, producing extremely intense illumination. The light source is commonly a xenon flash lamp, which has a complex spectrum and a colour temperature of approximately 5,600 kelvins. To obtain coloured light, coloured gels must be used.

Description

Strobe lights are used in Television and Theatrical lighting to give an illusion of slow motion. A strobe light flashing at the proper period can appear to freeze or reverse cyclical motion. A typical commercial strobe light has a flash energy in the region of 10 to 150 joules, and discharge times as short as a few milliseconds, often resulting in a flash power of several kilowatts. Larger strobe lights can be used in continuous€ mode, producing extremely intense illumination. The light source is commonly a xenon flash lamp, which has a complex spectrum and a colour temperature of approximately 5,600 kelvins. To obtain coloured light, coloured gels must be used.

  • Output Colour: Bright Flash
  • Variable Flash Speed Adjustment
  • Construction: Portable, Adjustable Mounting Bracket
  • Input: 110V / 220V / 240V, 60Hz / 50Hz6
  • Lamp: 20W / 30W Bulb