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Old 12-04-2008, 12:30 PM #161
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Default Re: **F/S**BR/RED with driver in Aixiz Module $40

Droyd I cant put it in a Host cause i dont have any heatsinks on hand to do so. plus its too much for me at this time. i have 2 sale page, 2 GB.


Alot of orders this new month. by the looks of things, i'll be here till christmas LOL


UPDATED list on the 1st post, so check there if you've paid. thanks

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I will =)
But I got a question. Do I need any heatsinks for this? ANd what voltage do you reccomend (you say 7-12V, but what would you reccomend)?

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another day passes. hopefully it will be here by time i get back from florida on monday...
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1. you offer red module as well, but i havent find any specifications... probably i will take red one as well but can you please describe it before.. i mean for how many MW is it set, how powerfull is it, which driver did you use, input voltage *etc..??

2. does your Blu-Ray module has any reverse polarity protection???
3. Will 12V battery produce more heat than 9V battery???

thank you very much.

my queries above has not been solved yet..
:'( :'( :'(

i really need answer especially on 2nd and 3rd question, because i dont want to hurt a module.. i have even had one experience with my green laser which is working with 3V DC and everything is ok, but once i have tried connect it to 4,5V and driver was so f#c#i#g hot as hell... it means there was difference 1,5V and this thing happen.. what will happen with diference betwen 9V a 12V battery..???? :-/ :-/ :-/
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Has mine been shipped yet?

I've still got to machine up an adapter for my flashlight first.
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I will =)
But I got a question. Do I need any heatsinks for this? ANd what voltage do you reccomend (you say 7-12V, but what would you reccomend)?

Thanks
i just usually use a 9V,


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Yes the driver has reverse protection polarity.
im sure the more higher the voltage the more the driver will product heat, it will need to convert the high current into lower enough current for everything to run.

Warzwally yours will go out this week with the rest. it will be like i stated on the 1st post that it will be via express post for those waited awhile for them.

Enkrytpik shouldnt be any longer, so far not one person has not got thiers that i've sent out. maybe the postal takes longer then usual, it is getting towards the holidays so im sure everything is super busy there, but hey, thats there prob, i cant explian for them



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im sure the more higher the voltage the more the driver will product heat, it will need to convert the high current into lower enough current for everything to run.


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ok thank you very much for reply...

but one final question is it still safe to use this 12V ???... i dont want to fry the module...

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Blu-Ray,

Thanks for the updates on this thread's first page.

As impatient as I can be, a little explanation helps a lot.
(Of course, seeing one's status change to 'shipped' is a bit of a two-edged sword. On one hand I know it's on it's way . . . and on the other hand I know it's on it's way !! :P)
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2. does your Blu-Ray module has any reverse polarity protection???
3. Will 12V battery produce more heat than 9V battery???
2. You should ask Rkcstr, he is the one that made the driver. And I think it does but I'm not positive. white wire = positive, black wire = negative. Just hook it up correctly.
edit: it does have reverse polarity protection
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Primary reverse polarity protection via input MOSFET, secondary (redundant) protection via reversed diode across
output.
" - rkcstr's instructions

3. Will 12V battery produce more heat than 9V battery???
No I don't think so. The current of the batteries would be more important factor for heat rather than the voltage.

I think your green module wasn't meant to take 4.5V, hence it was overheating. The rkcstr driver can handle 12V with ease. I believe it's rated up to 15V.

You should really read the [link=http://rkcstr.nfshost.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=1 81]Usage Instructions on Rkcstr's website[/link]

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The maximum voltage the Rkcstr can handle is 12V. *The OLD style could take up to 15V

Excess voltage is converted to heat so 12V will generate more heat than 9V

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it looks that everybody has different opinion about it...

i think that 12V will for sure generate more heat, but i just want to know, if it will be still safe...

this is and was my question...

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it looks that everybody has different opinion about it...
i think that 12V will for sure generate more heat, but i just want to know, if it will be still safe...
this is and was my question... *
All this information is in the PDF from Ryan's website above. It will be "safe" for "normal" usage up to 12V. Remember, if you are using 3.7V rechargeable batteries, that they are actually 4.2V when fully charged. (3x3.7=11.1 :::: 3x4.2=12.6)

He recommends only using 2.7V above what is needed for the diode to limit the heat produced.

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i will buy a BR if i can get goggles for a cheap/decent price
anyone know any places or people selling?
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Check the group buy area: http://www.laserpointerforums.com/fo...1222101905/0#0

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Thanks everyone for answering he's question. If i listed it from 7-12V, YES it would be safe. Just dont go using a car battery for it though lol

And like i explain and Daguin said, yes it converts it to more heat if you use a higher current.

Droyd, Thesk8temidget has some for sale, i have one from him and they are really good.





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thank's everyone for answering my question's...
you are great guys... really the greatest comunity..

now i just can't wait to see my module...
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