How to Make a Simple Light Detecting Sensor Using BC547

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Introduction: How to Make a Simple Light Detecting Sensor Using BC547

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In this tutorial i will show you how to make a a Simple Light Detecting Sensor using BC547

The Video Tutorial is also embedded with this tutorial.

Step 1: Part List

Part List

1. Resistor (1.2K & 470 Ohm)

2. BC547

3. Green LED

4. Female Headers

5. LDR

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Step 2: Circuit Diagram

Construct the circuit has shown in the circuit diagram.

Working :

1. This circuit is used for detecting light.

2. When the light falls on the LDR the resistance of the LDR reduces & in return turns the GREEN LED on

3. The circuit is based on the typical common-emitter configuration - (When there is small change in input voltage at the base of the transistor, produces large changes in the output at the Common of the transistor)

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