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Conn Strobotuner ST-12 Type 001

Conn Strobotuner ST-12; Conn, C.G. (ID = 1720770) Misc Conn Strobotuner ST-12; Conn, C.G. (ID = 1720771) Misc
Conn Strobotuner ST-12; Conn, C.G. (ID = 1720772) Misc Conn Strobotuner ST-12; Conn, C.G. (ID = 1720773) Misc
Conn Strobotuner ST-12; Conn, C.G. (ID = 1720774) Misc Conn Strobotuner ST-12; Conn, C.G. (ID = 1720775) Misc
Conn Strobotuner ST-12; Conn, C.G. (ID = 1720776) Misc Conn Strobotuner ST-12; Conn, C.G. (ID = 1720777) Misc
Conn Strobotuner ST-12; Conn, C.G. (ID = 1720778) Misc Conn Strobotuner ST-12; Conn, C.G. (ID = 1720779) Misc
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Conn Strobotuner ST-12; Conn, C.G. (ID = 1720770) Misc
Conn, C.G.: Conn Strobotuner ST-12 [Misc] ID = 1720770 858x1400
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For model Conn Strobotuner ST-12 Type 001, Conn, C.G. Instruments Ltd (Conn-Selmer); Elkhart, IN:
Thanks for Első Zalai Rádiómúzeum Alapítvány, First Zala County Radio Museum Foundation, Hungary, Zalaegerszeg.
 
Country:  United States of America (USA)
Manufacturer / Brand:  Conn, C.G. Instruments Ltd (Conn-Selmer); Elkhart, IN
Year: 1982 perfect model Category: Miscellaneous (Other, Various) - see notes
Semiconductors (the count is only for transistors) 11:
Wave bands - without
Details
Power type and voltage Alternating Current supply (AC) / 240 Volt
Loudspeaker - - No sound reproduction output.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: Conn Strobotuner ST-12 [Type 001] - Conn, C.G. Instruments Ltd
Material Metal case
Shape Tablemodel, with any shape - general.
Dimensions (WHD) 170 x 274 x 143 mm / 6.7 x 10.8 x 5.6 inch
Notes

The Conn Strobotuner model ST-12 uses 9 IC-s. (Serial No. 62177). Has a microphone with a cable to take out of the cabinet. See also the very similar model ST-11.

On YouTube you find this very well done explanation about the principle of strobe tuners including the Conn Strobotuner. We have to know that for a longer time Strobotuners used radio tubes, like the Strobotuner ST-2, ST-4, Strobotuner ST-6 or St-8 from 1958.

The first Strobotuner was invented by Conn and called Ctroboconn and came on the market in 1936.

Joseph Plateau of Belgium is generally credited with the invention of the stroboscope in 1832, when he used a disc with radial slits which he turned while viewing images on a separate rotating wheel. Plateau called his device the "Phenakistoscope". There was a simultaneous and independent invention of the device by the Austrian Simon von Stampfer, which he named the "Stroboscope"

Model page created by Sandor Selyem-Tóth. See "Data change" for further contributors.



All listed radios etc. from Conn, C.G. Instruments Ltd (Conn-Selmer); Elkhart, IN
Here you find 5 models, 4 with images and 2 with schematics for wireless sets etc. In French: TSF for Télégraphie sans fil.




  
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