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Light from a 10F Capacitor charge/discharge
Light sensor setup worked really well with a quite old phone (GT-i9300)!

No black box needed.

It's a 10 F capacitor and a 3.5 V 0.5 A lightbulb.

Could be worth while to pin down the lightbulb's illuminance v. voltage dependence.

Best regards.


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RE: Light from a 10F Capacitor charge/discharge - by Erik Josefsson - 12-14-2021, 12:13 PM

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