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Kerfwappie

May 22, 2016, 03:18 am Last Edit: May 22, 2016, 03:27 am by Kerfwappie
Hello All,
I was rummaging through my parts and found this curious looking component.  I tried searching the web for information on it to no avail.  It is labelled NSL-06-005.  It looks to be some sort of opto-gizmo.  It's well built and appears to be hermetically sealed.  Please have a look at the pictures I uploaded.  Any Ideas?  Thanks.
Eric

larryd

What is the forward/reverse resistance with/without light?

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Kerfwappie

It has two leads, the same length, no tabs or flat spots.  Nothing indicating polarity.  I measure between 29K - 70K with my finger over the window...as best I can and hold test leads.  I measure both directions and its about the same.

Kerfwappie

Okay... in a breadboard, with black tape over the window it measures open.  Remove the black tape and resistance is 6K.  So it looks like a NASA grade cds cell.

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