Strobing LED

  • 07-Nov-2010 12:47 EST
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Larson Electronics' Magnalight high-power LED emitter was designed to control dimming and strobe functions and features a separate control wire. Operators can use the integrated control wire to feed variable voltage or pulse trains to make the light strobe at specific Hertz levels or to control the rate of dimming. Strobe-capable LED lights including the LED-24SD-C offer a choice of white or IR light in various colors, including red, green, blue, and amber. Input voltage ranges from 9 to 48 V dc, while control voltage ranges from 1.8 to 40 V peak-to-peak. The control wire input can be used for pulsing with a frequency range of dc to 1 KHz and a duty cycle range of 0 to 98% at 1 KHz. The lamp is disabled with voltage on the control input.

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