Strobe lamps are high-intensity light sources which use glass and quartz tubing filled with xenon gas to efficiently convert 20 to 50% of the applied electrical energy into optical energy. Similarly, an incandescent light converts only 1 to 3% of the electrical energy into optical energy. An important feature of the xenon strobe lamp is its ability to produce a high peak blue-white light output of short duration. All TOMAR strobe lamps have a trigger coil potted into their assemblies except the low cost model 2001, 5001 and 5002 lamps.
|2001||225||450||10||3 PIN AMP||USE EXTERNAL TRIGGER|
|5001||225||400||5||3 PIN AMP||USE EXTERNAL TRIGGER|
|5002||200||600||1||3 PIN MOLEX||USE EXTERNAL TRIGGER|
|700R1 ALL COLORS||180||600||20||3 PIN AMP|
- All lamps are triggered by discharging a 0.22 MFD capacitor charged to 200 VDC into the trigger connection.
- All lamps are polarity sensitive except the 6001.
- Rubber friction mount base mounts in 1″ Dia. hole.
|Octal||Pin 2 â Anode, Pin 3 â Trigger, Pin6ââ Cathode & Trigger Grd.|
|Octal Large||Pin 2 â Anode, Pin 3 â Trigger, Pin 5 â|
|3 Pin Amp||Pin 1ââ Anode, Pin 2 â Cathode,|
|MateâNâLok||Pin 3 â Trigger|
|5001||Pin 1 â Trigger HV, Pin 2 â Cathode, Pin 3 â Anode|
|2001||Pin 1 â Anode, Pin 2 â Trigger, Pin 3 â Cathode|