[volt-nuts] Finally got around to modifying my Fluke 845ab with LED's
cfharris at erols.com
Fri Sep 19 10:38:49 EDT 2014
Yes, I am certain that you can, but they are designed for
use in cell phone cameras, and other small digital cameras.
Their primary purpose is to make a blindingly bright burst
of white light to allow the camera to see. If they are a
little slow to start up, and have an illumination hang at
the end, the camera won't care in the slightest... kind of
like the old magnesium flash bulbs.
I don't expect that they would make a suitable substitute
for an EG&G strobe lamp.
Mark Sims wrote:
> BTW, you can get LEDs that are designed specifically for flash applications.
> They can handle high peak currents, have decent color spectra, and/or fast
> rise/fall times. There are also LED driver chips made for flash applications.
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