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how to make my stroboscope go slower?

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by alles, Jan 29, 2005.

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  1. alles

    alles Guest

    question:

    how can i transform my strobo to go 30 flashes per min. instead of 120
    per min.?

    which part should i replace?

    thanks,

    Alleswerkt
     
  2. Jerry G.

    Jerry G. Guest

    You should post a model number. Sometimes someone may have an idea. There
    are a few thousand models of these that are out on the markets today.

    You would have to determine where the time constant circuit is, and what
    part values to change, if it uses a conventional type component design for
    its timing circuits. There may be more than one or two basic components to
    be changed.

    If it is using a uPC for its control, then you would have to find a way to
    get in to the internal software of it, and do a re-write of the timing
    values, then be able to re-burn your changes back to its EPROM, or whatever
    base it uses for its internal software.

    Did you try to contact the manufacture of it, in case they can help you with
    this?

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    Jerry G.
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    question:

    how can i transform my strobo to go 30 flashes per min. instead of 120
    per min.?

    which part should i replace?

    thanks,

    Alleswerkt
     
  3. Art

    Art Guest

    Got the schematic? Change items in the part of the circuit that selects the
    time constant, repeat sequence. Not those select the duty cycle of the
    lamp, just the switching on/off sequence.
     
  4. Ban

    Ban Guest

    increase the value of the low voltage capacitor responsible for the timing.
     
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