Low-voltage-control circuit is one of themost important parts of the modern electrical control system due to the avoidance of operation risk and easy automation. A flexible organic photodiode (OPD) is explored for the development of flexible low-voltage-control circuit under 2000 V high voltage. This sort ofOPD has a promising application in low-voltage-controlled, high-voltage-endurable hands for intelligent robots.
(Picture: D. Li, X. Liu, G. Dong, et al. 10.1002/lpor.201300213, pp. 316–323, in this issue)