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www.sparkbangbuzz.com/els/photocell-el.htm

Sep 12, 2003 ... To make this photocell, you simply heat a small area on piece of thin copper sheet, red hot in a propane flame, for a minute or so and let it cool.

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Nov 7, 2011 ... This is a home made photocell theremin I constructed! ... How to make a Van de Graaff generator (electrostatic generator) - Duration: 9:14.

www.instructables.com/id/Photocell-tutorial

Photocells a.k.a CdS cells, photoresistors, LDR (light dependent resistor). ... Otherwise, just make sure you try different ranges, between 1M ohms and 1K ohms ...

mfleisig.wordpress.com/2011/03/06/homemade-photocell

Mar 6, 2011 ... I took out a little time today to try making a homemade photocell. This is not a photoresistor--it actually demonstrates the photo-electric effect.

makezine.com/2009/11/17/homemade-transistor-from-a-photocel

Nov 17, 2009 ... Like many of us, Nyle Steiner has long aspired to building a homemade transistor . While considering possible way to achieve this, he stumbled ...

www.ehow.com/how_6148421_make-photo-cell.html

How to Make a Photo Cell. Photocells are used in watches, traffic lights, alarms and much more. Photocells have many different purposes and continue to be ...

www.evilmadscientist.com/2007/a-simple-and-cheap-dark-detecting-led-circuit

Dec 12, 2007 ... ... sometimes called a photocell or LDR, for “light-dependent resistor. ... In this article we show how to build a very simple– perhaps even the ...

developer.mbed.org/users/4180_1/notebook/using-a-photocell-to-determine-light-levels

Sep 15, 2015 ... Photocells are more sensitive to red and green light levels and not very ... While the long leads make the photocell breadboard friendly, in an ...

learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/photocell-hookup-guide

Resistor Kit – To turn the photocell's variable resistance into a readable .... If the values don't look correct to you, make sure the R_DIV variable at the top of the ...

www.electronics-tutorials.ws/io/io_4.html

Light energy falls on to two semiconductor materials sandwiched together creating a voltage of approximately 0.5V. The most common photovoltaic material is ...