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Flash Tube - Mullard, Type LSD3, circa 1960 Reg. No: ST 028269
- A flash tube, manufactured by Mullard, United Kingdom, introduced in the 1960s and used for portable photographic flash applications.
Maximum energy discharge is 100 joules. It has a 2.7 Kilovolt anode voltage. The minimum trigger voltage is 4 Kilovolt. Flash duration is 100 microseconds. It produces a light output of 3000 lumen-seconds.
Vacuum technology is used in its construction; it is filled with low pressure xenon gas.
- 4 pin base. consists of coiled glass discharge tube around electrode in valve-type envelope.
- Acquisition Information:
- Unknown from Unknown, 1972
|Dimensions:||100 mm (Length), 32 mm (Diameter)|
|Tagged with:||thermionic electron valves, photographic flash tubes|
|Themes this item is part of:||Engineering Collection, Images & Image Making Collection, Information & Communication Collection|
|Secondary Classification:||Vacuum Technology|
SERIAL NO 4025
|Manufacturer:||Mullard, England, Great Britain, 1960-1970|