Archive for March 2020

Blog of the day

Thank you Guy for your very informative mail, the kind of request I love and pushes me hard to help. Part of the description of Guy’s project (Controlled heaters for deicing the carburetors from his touring-motor-glider) was a reference to Brett Beauregard’s blog. Although I understand that nowadays Brett’s main preoccupation leads him to a […]

Light sensor (Part 2)

Part 1, 2 In the previous part of this publication, I covered the subject of sensitivity. As for many sensor, the range is very broad and a simple configuration cannot help covering the whole range of light intensities. As in the dated controllers, we might want to use a hand operated sensitivity selector. Although this […]

Light sensor (Part 1)

Part 1, 2 Sensing light is probably one of the most common sensing and probably one of the simplest measurement to start with. Light sensors are used to detect light or brightness in a manner similar to the human eye. They are most commonly found in industrial lighting, consumer electronics, and automotive systems, where they […]