how can i measure voltage of light with the help of photodiode.?
Light doesn't have a voltage. So can't be measured.
But you can detect the existance and brightest of light using photodiode. And if this is a research project. it should be easy to start with GOOGLE.
here is one that you can start with
But again. Not sure if that is what's required for your project, as it seems to keep on changing.
The best is to post the requirement or specification of project here.
As I mentioned before, it won't help as you are giving out information one bit at a time and no people here can't help without actually understanding your requirment.
It's all up to you.
Photon does have energy measured in electron volt, I think this is not what you want to measure.
HL: i have measure some reading below...plz have a look at it. i've used red led and measure its frequency at different distances
no light 10
since u know that i m using tsl235 whose output frequency range is aroun 250 (+- 50) kHz for 670nm. and i think i m getting correct values. what do u suggest.
and if its correct can u plz help me out why measuring light frequency is better approach in psoc then with any other conventional microcontroller.
Your dark-offset is 10kHz.
so let's control
@1cm you get 245 - 10 = 235kHz. at a distance of 2cm we expect a quarter of that value
= 235 / 4 + 10 = 68.75 which is already quite near to your measured 73. These differences may come from the LED-collector-lense.
Bob: what u suggest these values are correct? and can u help me why my approach of measuring light with psoc is better then nay other conventional microcontroller
The dark offset is <=10 Hz, not Khz.
Dana ya its less than 10 Hz
DAna: its 10 kHz.
i need to ask one more thing dana when i m working on AN2283. and doing its hardware connection. its display on lcd is not changing
can u tell me why so.??
I am confused. voltage reading in HZ?
Sensor converts light level to frequency.
Post you project here and forum, will take a look at it.