Godox A45s AC Slave Bulb for Studio Lighting

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Model: A45S
Flash Output Power(WS):45
Flash Lamp index GN (ISO-100): 28
Power supply: AC220V/50Hz or AC110V/60Hz
Wire back interval: about 5-8s
Optical control distance: 15m
Flash synchronization: 1/1000s
Control Triggered by Impulse Flash Signals.

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Strobe Lighting

A Strobe Lighting or stroboscopic lamp, commonly called a strobe Lighting, is a device used to produce regular flashes of light. It is one of a number of devices that can be used as a stroboscope. The word originated from the Greek strobos, meaning “act of whirling.”

A typical commercial strobe light has a flash energy in the region of 10 to 150 joules, and discharge times as short as a few milliseconds, often resulting in a flash power of several kilowatts. Larger strobe lights can be used in “continuous” mode, producing extremely intense illumination.

The light source is commonly a xenon flash lamp, or flashtube, which has a complex spectrum and a color temperature of approximately 5, 600 kelvins. To obtain colored light, colored gels may be used.

Strobe lights usually use flashtubes with energy supplied from a capacitor, an energy storage device much like a battery, but capable of charging and releasing energy much faster. Recently, some strobe lights have been found to use rectified mains electricity and no capacitors at all. In a capacitor-based strobe light, the capacitor is charged up to around 300V. Once the capacitor has been charged, a small amount of power is diverted into a trigger transformer, a small transformer with a high turns ratio, which generates a weak, but high voltage spike required to ionize the xenon gas in a flash tube. An arc is created inside the tube, which acts as a bridge for the much bigger pulse to flow down later. Arcs present almost a direct short circuit, allowing the capacitors to quickly release their energy into the arc. This rapidly heats the xenon gas, creating an extremely bright plasma discharge, which is seen as a flash.

 

Technical parameters:
– Model: A45S
– Flash Output Power(WS):45
– Flash Lamp index GN (ISO-100): 28
– Power supply: AC220V/50Hz or AC110V/60Hz
– Wire back interval: about 5-8s
– Optical control distance: 15m
– Color temperature: about 5000-6000K
– Connecting line: E27 Screw thread lamp holder
– Flash synchronization: 1/1000s
– Control: Triggered by Impulse Flash Signals.
– Strobe Lighting The green indicator shows the flash lamp is charging, and the red indicator shows the flash lamp is working.

Package Contents:
1 x A45s Slave Flash Light

Specification: Godox A45s AC Slave Bulb for Studio Lighting

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Godox A45s AC Slave Bulb for Studio Lighting
Godox A45s AC Slave Bulb for Studio Lighting

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