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Das KY-018 Modul enthält einen LDR-Widerstand, dessen Widerstandswert bei zunehmender Helligkeit abnimmt. Mithilfe eines Spannungsteilers kann der Widerstandswert bestimmt werden. Das Modul arbeitet mit einer Betriebsspannung von 3,3 bis 5V und liefert einen analogen Ausgang. Es eignet sich ideal zur Messung von Lichtintensität.
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Der LDR Fotowiderstand von Token ist ein vielseitiges Bauteil, das in der Lichtsensorik Anwendung findet. Mit einer Leistung von 100mW und einem Widerstandsbereich von 8-20kOhm bei 10lx bietet er präzise Messungen. Seine Wellenlänge von 540nm und der 5mm große Durchmesser der LED-Diode machen ihn ideal für verschiedene Projekte.
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Der 5506 LDR Fotowiderstand von Token ist ein hochsensibles Bauteil für Lichtmessanwendungen. Mit 90mW Leistung und einem Widerstand von 2 bis 6kΩ bei 10lx bietet er präzise Lichtreaktionen. Der Fotowiderstand arbeitet bei 540nm Wellenlänge und ist für THT-Montage ausgelegt. Er benötigt eine Versorgungsspannung von 100V DC und hat einen LED-Diodendurchmesser von 5mm.
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Photoresistors - your key to light-sensitive circuits!

Photoresistors, also known as LDRs (Light Dependent Resistors), are special resistors whose resistance value changes depending on the light intensity. These simple but effective components are ideal for projects in which light detection plays a role. They enable you to build devices that react to changes in light - whether in lighting automation, alarm systems or light-controlled control systems.

Areas of application for photoresistors:

- Automatic lighting control: use photoresistors to automatically adjust the lighting in your home or office according to daylight conditions.

- Security systems: Integrate photoresistors into alarm systems to be activated when the light changes (for example, when a door is opened).

- Art installations: Create interactive artworks that respond to ambient lighting to intrigue visitors.

- Robotics: Use photoresistors in robots to enable them to navigate their environment by recognising light.

Advantages of photoresistors:

- Easy to use: photoresistors are easy to use and do not require complex circuitry.

- Cost-effective: They are one of the cheapest ways to integrate light sensitivity into projects.

- Customisable: With a wide range of sizes and sensitivities, you're sure to find the right photoresistor for your specific project.

- Versatile: Whether used in industrial applications or DIY projects, photoresistors offer a reliable solution for light sensitivity needs.

When purchasing photoresistors, you should pay attention to the sensitivity and resistance range that suit your requirements. Check the specifications for maximum operating voltage and current to make sure they are compatible with your other circuit components. Also pay attention to the physical size to make sure the photoresistor fits into your circuit design.

Photoresistors open up new possibilities to make your projects interactive and responsive to their environment. Use their simple implementation to develop innovative and light-sensitive applications that are tailored to the needs and environment. Have fun experimenting!


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