- Photosensitive resistance is the resistance of a semiconductor material, the conductivity change with light intensity varies.
- The use of this feature will work made of different shapes and light-receiving area of the photosensitive resistance.
- Photoresistor is widely used in toys, lamps, cameras and other industries.
- Suitable LDR sensors for requiring sensing light levels.
- CDS photocell (LDR) resistance value changes between 2kohm to 30kohm (Very nice values for reading with microcontroller based systems)
- Maximum voltage: 150V, DC
- Maximum wattage: 100mW
- Operating temperature: -30°C ~ 70°C
- Spectral peak: 540nm
- Bright resistance (10Lux) (Kohms): 10 – 20
- Dark resistance: 1 Mohms
- 100 ohms 10: 0.6
- Response time: 20ms (Rise), 30ms (Down)
- Resistance illumination: 3
- 2 x 4 x 5mm
- 4mm between pins
- 31mm lead length