Fork-type light barrier

LD 33746
Fork-type light barrier
  8  Fork-type light barrier

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Description

Precision light barrier, with infrared light source, for the control of electronic timing equipment in experiments with moving or oscillating bodies, e.g. experiments on tracks, pendulum oscillations, free fall, oscillations of strings or leaf springs. Connection to CASSY via the timer box (524 034) or the Timer S (524 074). Mounted by means of a clamp or holding magnet. Equipped with a stopper for perpendicular attachment to square profile sections. Operation display (LED).

Technical data

  • Measuring accuracy (resolution): 0.1 mm
  • Switching rate: max. 5 kHz
  • Signal output and voltage supply: via multiple socket
  • Inner fork width: 110 mm
  • Effective fork depth: 160 mm
  • Connection:
    9 ... 25 V DC or
    6 ... 15 V AC
    via multiple socket (for 501 16)
  • Current consumption: 110 mA

Additionally required

1 50116  8  Multi-core cable, 6-pole, 1.5 m LD

Related Documents

PDF (Instruction Sheet) PDF (Instruction Sheet) [337 46] Fork-type light barrier
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P1.3.4.1 Energy and momenturm in elastic collision - Measuring with two forked light barriers
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P1.3.4.2 Energy and momenturm in inelastic collision - Measuring with two forked light barriers
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P1.3.5.2 Free fall: time measurement with the forked light barrier and the digital counter
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P1.3.5.3 Free fall: multiple measurements with the g ladder
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P1.4.1.1a Path-time diagrams of rotational motions - Time measurement with the counter
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P1.4.1.1b Path-time diagrams of rotational motions - Time measurement with the counter
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P1.4.2.1 Conservation of angular momentum in elastic rotational collision
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P1.4.2.2 Conservation of angular momentum in inelastic rotational collision
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P1.4.3.3 Centrifugal force of an orbiting body - Measuring with the central force apparatus and CASSY
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P1.4.6.1 Maxwell's wheel
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P1.7.2.1 Determining the oscillation frequency of a string as a function of the string length and tension
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P2.3.3.2 Converting mechanical energy into heat energy - Recording and evaluating with CASSY
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.6.2.1 Frictional losses in the hot-air engine (calorific determination)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.6.2.2 Determining the efficiency of the hot-air engine as a heat engine
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.6.2.3 Determining the efficiency of the hot-air engine as a refrigerator
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) D1.3.3.2b Determining the acceleration of gravity with a light barrier and electronic stop clock
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) D1.3.5.4 Dependence of centrifugal force on the mass of the test body
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) D1.3.5.5 Dependence of centrifugal force on the distance of the test body
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) D1.3.5.6 Dependence of centrifugal force on the angular velocity
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