Strobe Light Circuit with Timing PCB

Posted on Feb 4, 2014

Here is a strobe light circuit which has an option to set the flashing rate. Unlike other circuits here we use a Flash tube that usually use in flash cameras. In ordinary cameras, the flash may be work only after ten or twenty seconds. But in this circuit we can adjust flashing time by adjusting the potentiometer provided in the circuit. 1N4007 di

Strobe Light Circuit with Timing PCB
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odes and the 22/350V capacitors do the job of converting the input AC voltage into DC. This gives the triggering voltage to triac. The potentiometer adjust the voltage through it and this result change in the charging and discharging time of 22/350V capacitors. The output of the triac is connected to the output transformer which enlarges the voltage to drive flash tube.

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