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pho·to·e·lec·tric

(fō'tō-ē-lek'trik),
Denoting electronic or electric effects produced by the action of light. See: photoelectric effect, photoelectric absorption.

pho·to·e·lec·tric

(fō'tō-ĕ-lek'trik)
Denoting electronic or electric effects produced by the action of light.

photoelectric 

Pertaining to the interaction between radiation and matter resulting in the absorption of photons and the consequent emission of electrons.
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Figure 4 shows that the cocktail dyes increase the range of the absorption wavelength and allows further absorption of more visible light, which increases the photoelectric conversion efficiency of a DSSSC.
The changes in Saturn's color is one reason for the author continuing to collect photoelectric magnitude measurements of Saturn.
However, most of the natural dyes have narrower light absorption wavelength ranges, so that the photoelectric conversion efficiency of the prepared DSSC cannot be increased.
"The original Cognex Checker set the standard for the vision sensor category, taking the best attributes of photoelectric sensors and adding a higher level of sophistication," comments Harry Thomason of Sunala.
Instead of mounting a collection of photoelectric sensors on the ASRS, a single vision-based sensor is attached.
An M12 laser sensor with a body length of only 50 mm and an operating range of 50 m has been developed for use in hostile environments that prohibit the use of photoelectric and fiber optic sensors and where even inductive devices are susceptible to failure.
There are three types: photoelectric, ultrasonic and inductive.
According to the company, their Sharpshooter optical sensor combines the flexibility of a vision system and the simplicity of a photoelectric sensor.
Photoelectric Detectors "The photoelectric effect is the ejection of electrons from a metal surface on which light falls....
The system consists of an expert system, a special fiber optic head, and a photoelectric sensor from Banner Engineering Corp.
The CompuSheeter II offers such options as razor slitting, score slitting, shear slitting, ultrasonic slitting, multiple unwind, unwind roll lift, variable edge cutting, unwind capacity up to 10,000 lbs., take-off tables, automatic web guide, photoelectric cut-off, custom stacker and inline sheeting.