An optical sensor converts light rays into electronic signals. It measures the physical quantity of light and then translates it into a form that is readable by an instrument. An optical sensor is generally part of a larger system that integrates a source of light, a measuring device and the optical sensor.

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Optical Endstop Light Control Limit Optical Switch

118 incl. GST (exc. GST- 100 )
  • Cable Length (cm): 50
  • Dimensions: 33x 10x 19
  • Weight (gm): 6

Passive infrared sensor (PIR) Motion Sensor Detector Module HC-SR501

71 incl. GST (exc. GST- 60 )
  • Infrared Sensor with Control Circuit Board
  • The Sensitivity and Holding Time Can be Adjusted
  • Wide Working Voltage Range: DC 4.5V- 20V
  • Current Drain: <60uA
  • Detection Angle: <140°
  • Detection Distance: 3 to 7m
  • Blockade time: 2.5s
  •  Work temperature: -20-+80°C
  • Dimension: 3.2cm x 2.4cm x 1.8cm (Approx)
  • Weight: 6g