Commit 22c208f2 authored by Raul Singh's avatar Raul Singh
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......@@ -35,13 +35,13 @@ So, in few words, a photoresistor is something we can use as a **light sensor**
We will do a small **sketch** that reads the quantity of light and prints it on the computer
But first, we need to **build the circuit** <!-- .element class="fragment" -->
But first, we need to **build the circuit**
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A photoresistor, as said before, is a **variable** resitor that changes depending on how much light hits it.
A resitor causes a **voltage drop** across its ends. <!-- .element class="fragment" -->
A resitor causes a **voltage drop** across its ends.
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......@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ Our circuit should look something like this:
<img src="./images/ESP32_photoresistor.png" alt="Sensor" style="width:50%;"/>
We connected the point between the photoresistor and the resistor with a cable that goes to the pin labeled as **D35**, to read the voltage value. <!-- .element class="fragment" -->
We connected the point between the photoresistor and the resistor with a cable that goes to the pin labeled as **D35**, to read the voltage value.
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......@@ -71,4 +71,4 @@ The next step is trying building it on the **breadboard**
<img src="./images/photo_breadboard.PNG" alt="Sensor" style="width:50%;"/>
The photoresistor and the resistance will be connected in series, between pin **3.3V** and **GND**. We will read the voltage between the resistors using the pin **D35** <!-- .element class="fragment" -->
The photoresistor and the resistance will be connected in series, between pin **3.3V** and **GND**. We will read the voltage between the resistors using the pin **D35**
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