by Jim Keith in 555 | Lights |
My vintage (62 year old) pole light has always been controlled by a timer—a source of continual frustration due the requirement of readjustment for the ever-changing seasons. However, after knocking it over (I backed my car into it…), I decided it was time for an update. The circuit consists of a light dependent resistor...
by Jim Keith in Audio | Lights |
This light activated siren could make an unknowing “victim” wet his pants when turning on the lights in a dark room. This thing is LOUD! Power into the module is 3W and produces a 123db sound level from its 50mm diameter diaphragm. It wavers between 2kHZ and 4kHZ. An LDR senses ambient light level and switches...
by Sebastian Kushero in Lights |
The light activated switch circuit can be used for switching OFF a particular lamp or group of lamps in response to the varying ambient light levels.
The unit once built can be used for switching OFF a lamp when dawn breaks and switching it ON when dusk sets in.
The power supply is a standard transformer, bridge, capacitor...
by Srihari Rao in Lights | Useful |
There have been lot of problems in street lights. Major problem in some places is every evening a person has to come and switch ON the street light and it should be again switched off in morning. Yes, this may not be the situation in everywhere but exists in many places.
So this problem can be overcome by using a simple...
by Popescu Marian in Theory |
You’re asking what is LDR? It stands for Light Dependent Resistor or Photoresistor, which is a passive electronic component, basically a resistor which has a resistance that varies depending of the light intensity. A photoresistor is made of a high resistance semiconductor that absorbs photons and based on the quantity...
by Popescu Marian in Alarm |
This musical light alarm circuit is very simple, uses only 7 components, a LDR and a 3.6 V battery or 3 x 1.2 volts rechargeable batteries. The well-known UM66 is used as the sound generator and will give a pleasent wake up alarm.
As you probably know the LDR is a light dependent resistor. Normally the resistance of an LDR...