Light Sensors are photoelectric devices that convert light energy (photons) whether visible or infra-red light into an electrical (electrons) signal.
The light sensor is a passive devices that convert this "light energy" whether visible or in the infra-red parts of the spectrum into an electrical signal output. Light sensors are more commonly known as "Photoelectric Devices" or "Photo Sensors" because the convert light energy (photons) into electricity (electrons).
1. Original manufacturer
2. Replace photo cell
3. MOQ 1000PCS
4. Free samples are available
5. Linear output conforming to illuminance
6. Temperature Stable
7. Low dark current and Low working Lux
|Type||LS06- Sφ3||LL03- Fφ3|
|Colloid Color||Water clear||Water clear|
|C-E Breakdown Voltage(V)||70||70|
|E-C Breakdown Voltage(V)||7||7|
|Spectral Response(nm)||450~ 1050||450~ 1050|
1. Night light and Electronic toy controls.
2. Cemera exposure.
3. Switch for Photoelectric equipments.
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