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photosensor

[¦fōd·ō′sen·sər]
(electronics)

photosensor

A light-sensitive device that is used in optical scanning machinery. See photoelectric.
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The problem with this approach is that it assumes that the stray light as seen by the photosensor is constant throughout the vertical scan.
Simulation of Adaptive Equation of Photosensor Array Parameters Using Microscanning", // Informal Processes, vol.
The photosensor signal also provides timing information for the LED column.
Arrays of VUV-sensitive SiPMs will be studied as novel light sensors, and a 4-p photosensor coverage TPC will be constructed for the first time.
With the big-picture strategy in hand, Schuler Shook and architect SCB filled in the details by using energy-saving sources with low mercury content, abundant natural light, and photosensor controls and dimming to produce a lighting power density of just 0.
11) In a controlled experiment conducted by the Energy Center of Wisconsin, it was found that a combination of high-performance windows with reduced solar heat gain and direct/indirect electric lighting with photosensor dimming ("test rooms") yielded a savings of more than 20% on operating costs of about $1.
Banner Engineering has extended its traditional photosensor technology into the smart sensor area.
unveiled the SD9, a single-lens-reflex digital camera that incorporates a new- technology photosensor from Foveon Inc.
A photosensor detects whether the lid is facing up or down just before it passes through a spinning tube.
5 mm) was measured by a photosensor and read by a digital voltmeter.
Utility Light: The CT2025 product features anenergy-efficient, photosensor activated 25 W LED light (equivalent to 75W incandescent) providing drivers with the visibility they need to start and stop charging sessions in areas with poor lighting conditions.
Dual-loop photosensor control systems: reliable, cost-effective lighting control for skylight applications.