This is a simple circuit which controlls a relay with both LDR and PIR technology. you can supply 12v AC by connecting a 12v transformer to the 2 pinned **SCREW** header.If you dont have a transformer, you can directly connect a 6v battery to power this through the **'+DC6V' header**.
The LDR mode turns ON the relay when it's dark while the PIR mode turns ON the relay when theres a motion within...
this is a simple **dark sensor** project that is connected to a relay which u can connect to a domestic light or fan etc. thedevice make sure that when there is light, the relay will be switched OFF and when it's in the dark, therealy is turned ON.
when you supply AC12V to this device, It will controll a relay according to the light intensity. when it's dark, the relay turns ON and when there's light it goes off.
This circuit can be very usefull since most most of the components are surface mounted and it consumes only a little amount of space.This circuit can be useful when considering saving electricity as well.You can connect this to any...
The project uses an LDR to control an LED strip mounted on the back of a TV to turn it on once the room is dark for better TV viewing experience.
Check out the video for the project at: [https://youtu.be/NzG7wqbOwHQ](https://youtu.be/NzG7wqbOwHQ)
This schematic uses two LDRs (Light dependent resistor) to sense the light and a servo motor to automatically rotate the solar panel in the direction of the sun light. The Arduino code is available on [Arduino Solar Tracker using LDR and Servo Motor]