Photo Detectors - CdS Cells

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Adafruit Industries LLCAdvanced Photonix
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Wavelength
520nm550nm-
Voltage - Max
100Vpk150Vpk-
Cell Resistance (Min) @ Dark
200 kOhms @ 10 s1 MOhms @ 10 s2 MOhms @ 10 s5 MOhms @ 5 s20 MOhms @ 10 s
Cell Resistance @ Illuminance
10 ~ 100kOhms @ 10 lux10 ~ 20kOhms @ 21 lux20 ~ 100kOhms @ 10 lux27 ~ 60kOhms @ 10 lux
Operating Temperature
-60°C ~ 75°C-30°C ~ 75°C
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NSL-5152
NSL-5152
CDS PHOTORESISTOR 400OHM TO-18
Advanced Photonix
5,722
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1 : $1.25000
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-
Bulk
Active
550nm
100Vpk
-
-
5 MOhms @ 5 s
10 ~ 20kOhms @ 21 lux
-60°C ~ 75°C
Through Hole
Radial
-
PDV-P8104
PDV-P8104
CDS PHOTORESISTOR 27-60KOHM
Advanced Photonix
4,912
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1 : $1.25000
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520nm
150Vpk
60 ms
25 ms
2 MOhms @ 10 s
27 ~ 60kOhms @ 10 lux
-30°C ~ 75°C
Through Hole
Radial
-
6,976
In Stock
1 : $1.49000
Bulk
-
Bulk
Active
550nm
100Vpk
-
-
20 MOhms @ 10 s
20 ~ 100kOhms @ 10 lux
-60°C ~ 75°C
Through Hole
Radial
-
PDV-P9007
PDV-P9007
CDS PHOTORES 10K-100KOHM 4.20MM
Advanced Photonix
3,121
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1 : $1.98000
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-
Bulk
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520nm
150Vpk
60 ms
25 ms
1 MOhms @ 10 s
10 ~ 100kOhms @ 10 lux
-30°C ~ 75°C
Through Hole
Radial
-
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PHOTO CELL (CDS PHOTORESISTOR)
Adafruit Industries LLC
0
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1 : $0.95000
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200 kOhms @ 10 s
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Photo Detectors - CdS Cells


Cadmium sulfide (CdS) photodetectors, also known as photoresistors, light-dependent resistors (LDRs), or photo-conductive cells are high resistance semiconductors that operate as light-controlled variable resistors. The resistance of a photoresistor decreases with increasing incident light intensity. Photoresistors are selected by cell resistance, max voltage, and rise and fall times.