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Globe Technology Component

Photo Conductive Cell (CdS)
General Description :
CdS is a kind of photosensitive semiconductor, which has the features of high delicacy, quick response and fine
agreement between the spectrum character and γ value. It can work well with high stability under severe
conditions such as high temperature and humidity.
Features :
Low Cost
Exceptional temperature stability
Fast response time
Excellent chopping capability
Applications :
Automatic dimmer
Automatic flasher
Camera
Counting machine
Light controlled toys
Testing Terms And Conditions :
1. Photo Resistance
Exposed in 400-600 Lux, then to test with 10 Lux and 100 Lux under standard illuminance.
(Light Source : 2856K)
2. Dark Resistance
Measured after 10 sec. removal of 10 Lux
3. γ represents the standard value under both 10 Lux and 100 Lux. (+
- 0.1 unless otherwise stated)

γ 100
10 =

Log(R100)-Log(R10)
Log(E100)-Log(E10)

Where R100, R10 are cell resistance at 100 Lux and 10 Lux respectively
E100, E10 are illumination at 100 Lux and 10 Lux respectively
4. The rise time is the time required for the cell conductance to be risen to 63% of the saturated level.
The requirement for cell conductance of decay from the saturated level to 37%

4 0.Globe Technology Component B E F A C D G Series A B C D E F G GB 44 series φ 4 4.8 0. Dissipation (oC) -30 ~ +70 -30 ~ +70 -30 ~ +70 -30 ~ +70 -30 ~ +70 -30 ~ +70 -30 ~ +70 -30 ~ +70 -30 ~ +70 -30 ~ +70 -30 ~ +70 -30 ~ +70 -30 ~ +70 -30 ~ +70 (mw) 90 90 100 100 100 100 100 90 90 100 100 100 100 100 Peak Response Wavelength (nm) 540 540 540 540 540 540 540 560 560 560 560 560 560 560 Features Dark Cell Light Cell Resistance Resistance At 10 Lux (KΩ) (MΩ) Min Max < 0.0 5 .1 (Unit: mm) Dimensions and Specifications Type Applied Voltage GB-CD5506 GB-CD5516 GB-CD5527 GB-CD5537 GB-CD5547 GB-CD5548 GB-CD5558 GB-CD4406 GB-CD4416 GB-CD4427 GB-CD4437 GB-CD4447 GB-CD4448 GB-CD4458 (VDC) 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 Graph 1.10 20 50 .3 0. Spectral Response Character Max.5 0.6 5.6 0.10 1-2 1.50 6 .05 36 2 1. Response Time 100 100 Sensitivity (%) Cds Relative Conductance (%) 80 Cdse 60 Cd(S.8 Graph 2.1 2.8 0.5 0.05 GB 55 series φ 5 5.2 4.30 4 .1 0.6 0.7 0.2 5.7 0.8 0.2 0.0 10 .6 0.7 0.1 36 2 1.4 0.7 0.0 10 .20 20 100-200 20 .10 10 50 .20 2 .8 1.35 100 10 (ms) Rise Fall 30 40 30 40 20 30 20 30 20 30 20 30 20 30 30 40 30 40 30 30 20 30 20 30 20 30 20 30 0.0 20 .1 0.6 10 30 .05 0.1 0.8 0.2 0.5 0.5 5 .8 0.3 0.7 0.5 4-6 = 1 1.8 0.20 2 .6 0.2 4-6 = 1 0.2 3.100 10 .1 36 2 1.0 20 .5 0. Character of Temperature 140 100 Resistance (KΩ) Illuminated Resistance (%) γ Response Time 120 100 80 CD CD 55 55 27 CD 55 37 16 10 60 -30 -20 0 20 40 o Temperature ( C ) 80 1 10 Illuminance (Lux) 100 .8 0.05 0.35 < 0.05 0.Se) 40 20 0 400 500 600 700 800 900 TIME RESPOND 63 37% tr10 1000 td10 Wavelength λ (nm) Time (sec) Graph 4 Resistance ѧ!illuminance Character Graph 3.50 6 .2 0.4 5.0 30 .20 20 100-200 20 .2 5 0.1 GB 77 series φ 7 7.1 3.100 10 .30 4 .6 0.4 2.1 0.10 1-2 2. Rating Allowable Ambient Power Temp.

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Resistance value at 0°C calibrated 1mm from end of lead wire. 3.0.2 1.2 2.2 2. Inc.Fairfield.0.0.0.0 +/.2 4.0 +/.3 +/. Please contact Sensor Scientific for additional information.0.2 1. 4) If elements are encapsulated in a potting compound. 1000.0 +/.com 6 Kings Bridge Road .2 1.Fax: (973) 227-8063 .0.0 +/.2 1.3 +/.com • Phone: (973) 227-7790 .0.0.2 P01lln1 P01lln2 P01lln3 P01lln4 P01lln5 P01lln6 P01llM7 P05lln1 P05lln2 P05lln3 P10lln1 P10lln2 P10lln3 P10llM4 P20lln4 Resistance value at 0°C calibrated 1mm from end of lead wire. Extension leads may be attached via soldering.0.0.2 1.0. resulting in a straingage effect.0. Platinum Thin Film RTD Elements are fabricated using state-of-the-art thin film processing techniques.2 2.0.0.0.0 +/.0 +/.2 1.2 1.0.15 5.Tolerance 01=1/10 DIN B at 0°C 02 = 1/5 DIN B at 0°C 03 = 1/4 DIN B at 0°C 04 = 1/3 DIN B at 0°C 0A = 1/2 DIN B (DIN A) at 0°C 0B = DIN B 05 = ASTM B 06 = 3/2 DIN B at 0°C 07 = 2 DIN B at 0°C 08 = 5 DIN B at 0°C 09 = 10 DIN B at 0°C n .0.0.15 10.0.0.sensorsci. AND 4 WIRE EXTENSION LEADS AVAILABLE • CUSTOM-ENGINEERED TEMPERATURE PROBE ASSEMBLIES Sensor Scientific.3 +/.0 +/. crimping. Assemblies: Generally.3 +/. C.0.5 +/.0.0.2 4.3 +/. 3) The resistance of extension leads must be taken into consideration.0 +/.0 +/.6+/.0 +/.0.0.0 +/.3 +/.2 5.0. The following precautions must be taken when incorporating the element into an assembly: 1) Avoid straining the element leads.3 +/. thin film RTD elements are incorporated into some type of assembly for protection.3 +/. tolerance.25 +/.0 +/.0.2 2.2 5.0 +/.2 2.3 +/.0 +/.0.2 1.0.2 10.2 4.0. DIN = IEC751 ll .0 +/.2 1. brazing or welding.1 2. RTD elements are available with extension leads.2 1.0 +/.0.00 +/.2 1.0 +/.PLATINUM THIN FILM RTD ELEMENTS • AVAILABLE IN 100.3 +/.2 10.2 10.3 +/. and size options allows for complete design flexibility.2 1. ASTME1137 & NON-STANDARD TOLERANCES AVAILABLE • WIDE CHOICE OF SIZES • 2.25 +/.0 +/. The attachment method must be capable of withstanding the intended maximum operating temperature. The wide choice of resistance.0 +/. New Jersey 07004 • sales@sensorsci. ohms L Length mm W Width mm H Height mm Part Number 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 500 500 500 1000 1000 1000 1000 2000 5.2 1.2 1.2 4.0 +/. all flux residue must be removed.0.0.2 1.0 +/.2 5.0. 500.3 +/.00 +/.0.2 5. and incorporated in complete temperature probe assemblies.2 5. insure that the compound will not induce pressure loads.3 +/.0.0.2 1.1 2. 2) If extension leads are attached via soldering or brazing.3 +/.0.0. Resistance at 0 Deg.0.0.0 +/.0. resulting in an element of exceptional quality and stability.2 1.2 2. AND 2000 OHM RESISTANCE VALUES • STANDARD IEC 751.0.2 1.2 1.Temperature Range L = -50 to + 400 Deg C M= -50 to + 550 Deg C H= -50 to + 600 Deg C Call us toll-free at 800-524-1610 (in the US) — or check us out on the web at www.0 +/.0.2 1.0.2 1.0 +/.2 2.6+/.

18 243.775 x 10 -7 °C-2.90 208.09 100.Reference Table For Pt RTD Elements °C -200 -190 -180 -170 -160 -150 -140 -130 -120 -110 -100 -90 -80 -70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 +10 +20 +30 +40 +50 +60 +70 +80 +90 +100 +110 +120 +130 +140 Ω 18.30 68.88 48.08 130.38 260.72 233.71 201.19 60.15 + 0.49 300.Fax: (973) 227-8063 .83 27.51 142.21 236.31 204.72 43.3 + 0.26 64.100°C) †3] Temperature range from 0 to +850°C: R† + R0 (1 + A† + B†2) Where: A = 3.90 134.18 267.78 264.00 103.Fairfield.00 52. For nominal resistance values other than 100 Ω the deviation values in Ω must be multiplied by the factor R0 X 10-2 . B=-5.75 304. Other tolerances are available Reference Tables are available in 5°C and 1°C increments upon request Nominal Resistance: 100 ohms @ 0°C For Nominal resistance values other than 100 Ω @ °C resistance values from the table are corrected using the equation R 0 X10-2 where R0 = nominal resistance at 0°C.9083 x 10-3 °C-1.2:1995-07 [DIN EN 60751.19 186.71 138.183 x 10-12 °C-4 R† is the resistance in Ω at temperature † † is the temperature in °C • Resistance values from -200 to -250°C were obtained by our own fixed point measurement 6 Kings Bridge Road .33 76.002 [t]) for Class A Permissible deviation in °C = ±(0.33 80.17 175.21 229. C=-4.07 149.64 280.1996-07]) • Calculation of Resistance values: Equations acc.05 215.005 [t]) for Class B Where [t] is the temperature value (in °C) Deviations in °C apply to all nominal resistances.64 247.79 111.31 84.24 127.67 115.49 313.85 x 10-3 x K-1 (in accordance with IEC 751.48 212.33 72.21 297.16 96.09 250.86 179.61 219. New Jersey 07004 • sales@sensorsci.71 The permissible deviations for platinum resistance elements are determined by the following equations (in accordance with IEC 751.83 153.93 274. • Mean temperature coefficient between 0 and 100°C = 3. to IEC 751.11 56.29 277.92 294.48 172.96 257.70 240.47 194.05 164.22 92. deviations in Ω only to 100 Ω.56 270.84 190.53 253.58 °C +160 +170 +180 +190 +200 +210 +220 +230 +240 +250 +260 +270 +280 +290 +300 +310 +320 +330 +340 +350 +360 +370 +380 +390 +400 +410 +420 +430 +440 +450 +460 +470 +480 +490 +500 Ω 161.62 290.com • Phone: (973) 227-7790 .07 [DIN EN 60751: 1996-07]): Permissible deviation in °C = ±(0.10 197.2: 1995.54 39.27 88.53 183.25 310.30 287.29 146.98 Ω °C +510 +520 +530 +540 +550 +560 +570 +580 +590 +600 284.40 123.52 22.77 168.68 226.54 119.15 222.90 107.2: 1995-07 (DIN EN 60751: 1996-07) Temperature range from -200 to 0°C: R† + R0 (1 +A† +B†2 + C(† .01 307.10 31.34 35.