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photosensor

(ˈfəʊtəʊˌsɛnsə)
n
(General Physics) physics a detector that is sensitive to electromagnetic radiation
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For example, component degradation occurs whenever corrective maintenance is required, such as a loose belt, a worn brush of a motor, dust on a photosensor, etc, but the components have not failed.
5mm Fe and, if any contaminated product is found, the microprocessor-controlled Combo instructs an air-jet to blow the wedge into a sealed bin, and a photosensor alarm system automatically stops the line if the rejected pack fails to enter the bin.
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.
This sensor from OSRAM Encelium is the industry's smallest wireless, battery powered sensor to combine passive infrared and photosensor control.
Dual-loop photosensor control systems: reliable, cost-effective lighting control for skylight applications.
In the instances where an entire workgroup bay was affected, photosensor set points were increased.
The robot is activated by an electronic photosensor and thus needs no hardware interface to the molding machine or take-out robot.
The conventional system consists of a ceiling-mounted photosensor, dimmable electric ballast, and ballast controller.
Seven paper sessions are also slated to bring you the latest research in roadway lighting topics, daylighting, photosensor control systems and psychological research in lighting.
The measures used to evaluate sensor quality were photosensor spectral response, photosensor field of view (FOV), and occupancy sensor FOV.