Category Archives: Opto Electronic


Electro-chromatic mirrors system: Electro chromatic mirrors / Auto dimming mirrors use a combination of opto electronic sensors and complex electronics (sensors, circuit boards, micro-controllers, etc.) that constantly monitor ambient light and the intensity of light shining directly on the mirror. As soon as sensors detect glare, the electro chromatic surface Read more…

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Rain sensor systems: Opto electronic sensors are used in a reflective mode in rain sensor systems to detect the presence of water on the windshield so that the windshield wipers can be controlled automatically. An LED emits light in such a way that when the windshield is dry almost the Read more…


Windshield Wipers: Conventional wiper drives have only one direction of rotation, and the direction of wiping is changed mechanically. The new electronically controlled motor reverses its direction of rotation at the turning point of the wiper – therefore, the mechanical components require less space. The electronic controller ensures a maximum Read more…


Ambient light sensor: Ambient light sensors automatically adjust the backlighting of the instrument panel and various other displays in the vehicle according to the varying available or ambient-light conditions. It also served in electronic equipment’s like Laptop’s, cell phones and LCD TV’s to bring natural lighting solutions. Cabin backlight control: Read more…


Components of Opto-Electronics: Semi conductor materials: Elemental semiconductors-Silicon, Germanium Binary semiconductors-Aluminium, gallium, indium, phosphorus, arsenic, antimony Ternary semiconductors-Aluminum, Gallium, Arsenic Quaternary Semiconductors-Indium, Gallium, Phosphorous, Arsenic Why Opto-electronics sensor system used: The sensors used in an automotive environment must be reliable Produce exactingly accurate results Require little maintenance Help reduce overall Read more…


Optical techniques have always been used for a large number of automotive, metrological and sensing applications. Fiber- and integrated- optics technologies were primarily developed for telecommunication applications. However, the advances in the development of high quality and competitive price opto-electronic components and fibers have largely contributed to the expansion of Read more…

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