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What is a stroboscope?

  It's a calibrated flashing light used to measure the rotational speed of, say, a spinning motor shaft. Like the timing light used by mechanics on a car. The strobe is va (MORE)

Principle of stroboscope?

The principle of a stroboscope is to study rotating, reciprocating,  oscillating, or vibrations in objects. A stroboscope is used to  make cyclically moving objects appear s (MORE)

What is stroboscopic light?

A stroboscopic light, or strobe light, is a device which discharges  flashes of light which causes moving objects to appear stationary  or slow-moving. The flashing light ha (MORE)
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Where is a stroboscopic tachometer used?

A stroboscope uses a series of flashes to make a fast moving object seem slower. A stroboscopic tachometer has a scale that reads either in revolutions per minute or flashes p (MORE)
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What is a stroboscope used for?

A stroboscope is an instrument that is used to make objects that move cyclically appear to be stationary or slow in movement. The two types of stroboscopes are mechanical and (MORE)

What does a stroboscope look like?

A stroboscope is usually just a lamp, set to flash quickly and  repeatedly with an often tuneable and consistent frequency. Strobes  used to set the ignition timing on engin (MORE)