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Old January 5, 2020, 02:36 PM   #1
Pond, James Pond
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Light sources for chronographs.

I have a Pro Chrono.

As explained in the manual, these are unsuited to indoor areas that use fluorescent lights due to the high frequency flicker that we can't detect but the chrono can.

In order to be able to measure loads in an indoor range, I was thinking of using those little light sticks that you can snap to create a glow. One strapped along the top of each diffuser.

Would that work or would it be too faint?

Any alternatives that don't require an electrical engineering degree would be interesting.
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