photoresistor


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photoresistor

[¦fōd·ō·ri′zis·tər]
(electronics)
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We can record exactly when the path of the laser has been broken because of the voltage change in the circuit due to the resistance change of the photoresistor.
The firm succeeded in commercializing the photoresistor and coating materials for optical fibers in 1982.
One spectrometer was constructed from a film canister using an interchangeable LED as the combined light source and monochromator and a photoresistor as the detector.
The resonant circuit is loaded on a photoresistor, which is modulated at the frequency of the LF signal coming from the analyzer through an optic fiber.