LED LASER DE CORTE Y QUEMADO. MATERIAL PELIGROSO. SE RECOMIENDA SER MANEJADO POR PERSONAS CON AMPLIA EXPERIENCIA EN ELECTRÓNICA. NECESARIO LENTES DE PROTECCION. Description: 808nm 300mW High Power Burning Infrared Laser Diode Lab, You have to use pulse regulator driver to get it up in power. Using constant regulator will not give the right power and will properly damage the laser diode.
Power output: CW 300mW
Operating voltage: 2.2V
Sealed size: TO18(5.6mm)
Life time: more than 10000 hours
High quality and durability
Low operating current
1. This is special sensitive optical component. Please be sure that the operator has enough DIY and electronics experience.
2. Laser beam is harmful for eyes during process. Please avoid any directly see on the aperture.
SENSOR DE LUZ LDR ENSAMBLADO, Módulo sensor de luz con LDR, fácil de utilizar con potenciometro para variar la sensibilidad operación.
Voltaje de operación: 3.3V-5V
Agujeros para facil sujeción
Dimensiones: 3cm x 1.6cm
Indicador de alimentación rojo
Indicador de salida digital verde
Utiliza el comparador LM393
This sensor is much simpler than our Si1145 breakout, it only does one thing and gives an analog voltage output instead of requiring a complicated I2C setup procedure. This makes it better for simple projects. It also has a 'true' UV sensor instead of a calibrated light-sensor. To use, power the sensor and op-amp by connecting V+ to 2.7-5.5VDC and GND to power ground. Then read the analog signal from the OUT pin. The output voltage is: Vo = 4.3 * Diode-Current-in-uA. So if the photocurrent is 1uA (9 mW/cm^2), the output voltage is 4.3V. You can also convert the voltage to UV Index by dividing the output voltage by 0.1V. So if the output voltage is 0.5V, the UV Index is about 5.
Please note, our UV LEDs are 400nm, outside the range of this sensor, so if you're trying to test this sensor, don't use them! A UV tanning lamp or 'lizard-lamp' will work much better.