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photosensor

(ˈfəʊtəʊˌsɛnsə)
n
(General Physics) physics a detector that is sensitive to electromagnetic radiation
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As the patent's abstract describes, the technology would be "a method for determining an orientation of a photosensor of a controller with respect to a projector.
The camera also uses a nearly half-megapixel solid-state photosensor array that directly records X-rays, visible light or particles.
In private offices, an occupancy sensor, dimmer-switch and photosensor (if windowed) were installed.
Included are I/O connectors for thermistor and photosensor for system monitoring or closed loop intensity control.
Light absorbed by the red blood cells is measured with a photosensor.
Photosensor Loader (U-E): Photosensor control-style can be installed directly onto a molding machine feed throat.
1) This type of control generally includes a photosensor that automatically dims or switches electric lighting to a lower energy state in response to natural daylight.
Other topics include molybdenum complex as a photosensor for direct water splitting, the antibacterial activity of silver particles, and the effect of adiabatic extrusion on the crystallization pattern and thermal behavior of polyamide nanocomposites.
Lally of the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory who produced a mosaic photosensor to assist in guidance and navigation systems (Lally 1961).
The light reflected from these surfaces will be seen and measured as stray light by the wall-mounted photosensor as the goniophotometer mirror rotates about the horizontal axis of its support arm.