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srotaEvery home electrical equipment runs on 50/60hz.
I understand your point, but, to my knowledge, fluorescent tubes are nowadays driven to high frequency, for example 30KHz or higher, to improve their efficiency and avoid flickering . So, the problem you observe should not come from the fluorescent tube at 50Hz, unless you have magnetic ballasts in your fluorescent lamps. In substance, with a different type of illumination the issue you are addressing could be avoided.
11-14-2020 12:51 AM
mshameempHave a look at the fluorescent lamp design. Two main parts are the gas filled bulb and the ballast. Electronic ballasts supply power to the lamp at a frequency of 20,000 Hz or higher, rather than the mains frequency of 50 – 60 Hz; this substantially eliminates the stroboscopic effect of flicker.
Every home electrical equipment runs on 50/60hz.
U can check description on that equipment.
Lol 30khz means 30000 cycles. U can easily take slow motion video with that if it is available in your home.
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