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3. Turn the tuning knob to adjust the location (phase) of the reference
mark.
4. Press the PHASE DELAY button again to turn the “Phase” Delay
mode off.
4.2 Internal Mode - TACH Frequency Generator
In the Internal Mode, the strobe can be used as a frequency generator
(outputting TTL pulses) without having the strobe flash. The pulse
output will still occur at the flash rate; the strobe is just not flashing.
To stop flashing:
1. Press the ALT FUNCTION button and then the TACH button.
2. The TACH icon will be displayed.
To start flashing again:
3. Press the ALT FUNCTION button and then the TACH button.
4. The TACH icon will go away and the strobe will start flashing
again.
4.3 External Mode - External Input Required
The strobe is in the External Mode whenever there is a plug in the
input jack. When the strobe is in the External Mode, EXT will be
displayed.
In the External Mode the user can’t make any flash rate adjustments.
The flash rate is a function of the input trigger signal. This mode is
used to synchronize the flash to an external event (for example, from
an optical sensor) to stop or freeze motion. The flash will be triggered
on the rising or falling edge (menu selectable) of the external input
pulse.
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4.4 Tachometer Mode - External Input Required
When an external input is supplied to the unit and the strobe is put in
the Tachometer Mode, the unit will read the signal from the external
input (sensor) and display the reading on the LCD display without
flashing the lamp. The strobe will not flash in the Tachometer
Mode.
To enter the Tachometer Mode:
1. Press the ALT FUNCTION button and then the TACH button.
2. The TACH icon will be displayed.
NOTE: If the external input signal exceeds the maximum flash rate,
the strobe will go into the Tachometer Mode automatically.
To exit the Tachometer Mode:
1. Press the ALT FUNCTION button and then the TACH button.
2. The TACH icon will go away.
4.5 Power Up Features
When the strobe is powered up it will remember the last settings.
Press and hold the x2/MENU button, then turn on the strobe by
depressing the trigger switch. This will turn on all the display segments
for two seconds or until you release the button. It will then show the
software revision, “REV x.x” and then go through a display diagnostic.
Press and hold the ÷2 button, then turn on the strobe by depressing
the trigger switch. This will restore the factory programmed presets.
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