What happens when direct sunlight hits the lens of a receiver?

Company: Omron
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Even if the light of an emitter is received, the sensor is light shielding, or even if the light of an emitter is intercepted, the sensor is light entering, when direct sunlight enters the receiver. So, please use the ambient illuminance of the sunlight, 10,000 lux max.

 

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