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BPW40 Datasheet PDF
The phototransistor will draw an amount of current depending on how much light it senses. The datasheet tells us here that the voltage drop is 1. Also after i got 1 working the next step will be to get 2 working since i want to detect speed of falling objects. Anyway, if you are operating the LED under these conditions you will need to a resistor to ensure the current isn’t too high.
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The capacitor is then charged up at a rate that depends on the value of the capacitor C and the resistor Rwhich takes approximately 5RC to fully charge. I previously used a quite simple and reasonably accurate method of testing shutters in large format lenses for practical purposes, by filming bppw40 shutter opening and closing using a basic mini-dv camcorder.
BPW40 Datasheet pdf – Silicon NPN Epitaxial Planar Phototransistor – Vishay
Since it is the 5RC value that is important, any values of R and C that produce 5RC in the range of say microseconds should work. And about the emitter and the collector, by the image there is a small square with a capital A in it, i first thought it was a datashet for Anode, is datashset wrong? See this thread http: I can’t afford to break more stuff. I had a wide selection of many small components right in the same room with me. No that quote said assuming little or no Vce when the detector was saturated, that is turned on by exposure to light.
He was initially using datasyeet internal pullup resistor in the Arduino which has a value of around 20K to bpe40 for R2. If it’s PAL it shoots at 25 frames a second, has time code, and is pretty accurate by design. A great opportunity for “experientation”. I bought all the crap put one together didn’t work fussed with it. The purpose of R2 is to translate that current into a voltage drop that can be sensed by the Arduino.
Use or pF, it doesn’t have to be too accurate for this application. Thanks in bunches to you guys. Datashfet process of shutter opening and closing takes a significant amount of time in relation to the overall shutter speed, and during those periods the shutter is acting as a variable aperture – both reducing the amount of light that gets through so the effective speed is shorter than the measured speed, and also affecting the recorded diffraction and depth of field.
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Happy New Year to everyone on this group. For faster shutter speeds I wouldn’t want to rely on the measured time between the shutter beginning to open and completely closing to determine the effective shutter speed. In older texts us datashewt engineers often used uuF for picofarads; ie pF. It then gave the current through the device.
A single phototransitor should be cheap, so you won’t be out much if it doesn’t work. Regarding the resistor R2 connected to the phototransistor, the value you need depends on how sensitive you want the detector to be.
That calculation looks good. The spec sheet suggests you just want to obey voltage and current limits which are pretty liberal. Since i broke my previous one’s i bought some new ones. If it’s NTSC it shoots even faster, at If you have dwtasheet order by mail, the shipping datashdet will be larger than the cost of these items.
This gives us ohms.
Let’s npw40 i want 25mA. Maybe at faster speeds a different spring is active. Here are some DIY alternatives: And do the value R2 and R3 stay the same as in the first schematic?