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Supplier: Hydrofarm, Inc.
Description: Photocell sensor for the Plant Pro System.
Supplier: EMX Industries, Inc.
Description: Range: 6 to 65 feet Power: 12V to 24V DC or AC 150mA Relay Contacts: 30V 1A Housing: UL and CSA Type 4, 4X, 3, 3R, 12 13 Rating Dimensions: Height = 5.03”, Width = 3.06”, Depth = 3.02” Operating Temperature: -40F to +170F
- Technology: Through Beam
- Beam: Infrared
- Load: DC Load
- Body: Rectangular
Supplier: PLC-Multipoint, Inc.
Description: internally mounted controls, the luminaire housing retains the same general shape as it has had in the past. But the Day/Night sensing is now accomplished with a permanently mounted, small photocell sensor on the top of the fixture. The twist-lock socket is eliminated completely.
- Application: Industrial, Exterior, Roadway, Ports, Other
- Daylight Sensor: Yes
- Lamp Type: Other
- Lamp Voltage & Frequency: 115 / 120V 60 Hz, 208-230 / 240V 60 Hz, 277 VAC 60 Hz, 347 VAC 60 Hz
Supplier: Megaman (UK), Limited
Description: allows continuous illumination upon partial failure of lamp tubes Suitable for use with lighting controls - microwave and photocell sensors to save further energy Applications Shopping centres Public area lighting Car parks Amenity lighting High and low bay fittings General outdoor lighting
- Lamp Type: Fluorescent Lamps
- Compact: Yes
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|Part #||Distributor||Manufacturer||Product Category||Description|
|SE3RC04||PLC Radwell||Tritronics||Not Provided||PHOTOCELL SENSOR|
|C7014A1002||PLC Radwell||Honeywell Ssec||Flame Safety Products, Flame Safety Accessory||PHOTOCELL FLAME SENSOR|
|C7014A1002||PLC Radwell||Honeywell||Flame Safety Products, Flame Safety Accessory||PHOTOCELL FLAME SENSOR|
|VT90N2||Allied Electronics, Inc.||EXCELITAS TECHNOLOGIES SENSORS||Not Provided||Photocell, Pinned|
|7224||PLC Radwell||Weko||Sensors & Switches, Photoelectric||PHOTOCELL ASSEMBLY|
|622356||PLC Radwell||Emerson||Sensors & Switches, Photoelectric||PHOTOCELL ASSEMBLY|
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The Photoelectric Sensor Tutorial
. Photoelectric sensors are also referred to as photo eye, photodetector, photo sensor, photocell, opto sensor, electric eye and sensor eye. These terms have all been used to describe photoelectric sensors. You will find this tutorial useful if you are: A novice to industrial controls. Curious about
Operating Principles for Photoelectric Sensors
: Wiring DC: Wiring AC: Definitions: Light On / Dark On Types Of Output: For the photocell, the same terminology as inductive and capacitive sensors is used: NO = normally open, NC = normally closed. This refers to the state of the unit in the absence of the product to be sensed. In the case
A CMOS Active Pixel Image Sensor with In-pixel CDS for High-Speed Cameras (.pdf)
the CCD. In the photoelectric conversion cell of CMOS image sensor, a 3-transistor pixel circuitry is generally favored. However, the greatest challenge in the high-speed image sensor is the high reset noise level due to the larger photocell. area and the difficulty of reducing random noise by the global
Double Pass Extinction
of the stack in a unit called a transceiver. A special reflector (the retro reflector) is installed where the photocell would be in a single pass unit. The purpose of the retro reflector is to send the light back along the same path it took when coming across the stack. A half silvered mirror is placed
Medical Device Link .
on the device, a small sample of rubidium is heated to form a vapor. As light from a semiconductor laser passes through the vapor, changes are detected. The amount of laser light that is absorbed by the atoms is detected by a photocell. Larger magnetic fields produce proportionally bigger changes
Piezoelectric Characterization of Bulk and Thin Film Ferroelectric Materials using Fiber Optics
fibers transmit the reflected light to a photocell. Developed by Kissinger15,the displacement sensitivity of this technique is a result of the differential relationship between the distance separating the sample and the fibers, and the amount of light received and transmitted to a photocell. Changes
Key Concepts in Gas Detection (.pdf)
is detected by a photocell, analyzed, and. toxic, with permissible exposure limits under their LELs. translated into a concentration value. Methanol, for example, has an STEL of about 250 ppm. – well below its 6% (or 60,000-ppm) LEL. In areas. where a leak could result in personnel exposure, these. gases
LightKeeper Automotive Lighting Control Module
of the regular switch. The system consists of a CdS photocell, a time delay. If exterior lamps are desired during daylight, either of. rheostat with an on-off switch, and the microcontroller. two methods can be used. module with built-in relays. Connections to the vehicle. Exterior lamps can be operated
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