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photosensitive

sensitive to electromagnetic radiation, esp light

photosensitive

[¦fōd·ō′sen·səd·iv]
(electronics)

photosensitive

A material that changes when exposed to light. See photoelectric.
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Established in 2008, the full-scale operation of Development Center producing photosensitive dry films for printed wiring boards will enable Hitachi Chemical Group to supply more competitive products through the development of products for the Chinese market, customer approval, and production all handled locally.
These results are probably the consequence of appearing of the dissolutted particles of the photosensitive layer in the solution which cause the lowering of observed parameters.
Planning permission for wind farms often consider flicker, but current guidelines relate to annoyance and are based on physical or engineering considerations rather than the danger to people who may be photosensitive.
He said: "Seventy-five per cent of those at risk will not know they're photosensitive until they've had their first fit.
They inject patients with a photosensitive dye and then use a very mild laser to target small blood vessels in the back of the retina and stop them deteriorating and affecting vision.
A photosensitive light detector on the front of the panel determines surrounding degrees of light and automatically regulates the brightness of the display.
Databases include limited use of graphic buttons for the visually impaired, text alternatives for graphic images for the visually impaired and measures to avoid page flickering that can affect people with photosensitive epilepsy.
It is not clear from the text whether the authors believe that the initial outbreak of events occurring while watching the original broadcast or the critical extract replayed later was one of photosensitive seizures.
A photosensitive camera and a high-resolution display make for a clearer, extremely low-interference image.
The alleged patent infringements involve a critical component that allows the photosensitive drum utilized in a laser beam printer to receive drive power from the main body of the printer, Canon said in a release.
In this process, the design data is processed like sliced bread, and then a computer-controlled laser shines into a vat of liquid photosensitive epoxy resin.
The biggest Japanese maker of photosensitive materials has been producing digital cameras for exports at a wholly owned subsidiary in China since 1997.