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Old 02-21-2009, 05:59 AM #1
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i just got a dorcy jr and i was wondering where could i get a heat sink for the build, or who sells them??


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Dark horse sells heatsinks for the dorcy jr...get the full body one. They are for sale on his website
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dark-horse does excellent work if you need ANY heatsinks made...
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Default Re: dorcy build

I'll give you the exact links :

Good Blu-Ray tutorial:

http://www.i-hacked.com/content/view/272/94/

Heatsinks :

http://mysite.verizon.net/grall/dark...stom/id74.html

Only the ones with DJR ( Dorcy Jr.) in the title are the ones you want. The full body heatsinks are currently unavailable.

* EDIT* The new V2 heatsincs ( Full Body) are now available! Rejoice! All praise Dark Horse! *;D ;D


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I got a full body heatsink from Dark_Horse and my laser stays nice and cool

he does a relly good job and really high quality
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i want the dorcy to be at least a 115mw, and i want to get a dr lava driver but i dont know what "MA" to put it as for 115mw??
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accord. to dr.Lava's 405 roundup graph, that would be 150mA or over.... someone will link the graph up here, or if you go to HIGHTECHDEALZ, kendall has it posted up with the 405phr803t's.
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could i use a rkcstr driver for this dorcy jr build, with one lithum cr123 battery??
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I would be happy to be corrected here, I have read this loads of times but Ive actually forgotten of the top of my head.

Taken from microdrive thread in buy/sell: "Dropout voltage (minimum input voltage) theoretically 2.25V+output voltage. So, for red diodes ~5V, blu-ray diodes ~7V. MAXIMUM VOLTAGE is 12V."

According that you cant use a cr123 lith. as that is 3v, and you need approx 7V for the rckstrdriver. so no you cant use cr123.

Please correct if wrong.
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I would be happy to be corrected here, I have read this loads of times but Ive actually forgotten of the top of my head.
Taken from microdrive thread in buy/sell: "Dropout voltage (minimum input voltage) theoretically 2.25V+output voltage. *So, for red diodes ~5V, blu-ray diodes ~7V. *MAXIMUM VOLTAGE is 12V."
According that you cant use a cr123 lith. as that is 3v, and you need approx 7V for the rckstrdriver. so no you cant use cr123. *
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In the Dorcy build, between the Rkcstr and the flexdrive, you have to use the flexdrive. A single CR123 will NOT give you enough voltage.

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oo ok thanks for the help guys
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[quote author=XaseR link=1235199543/0#8 date=1236198256]I would be happy to be corrected here, I have read this loads of times but Ive actually forgotten of the top of my head.
Taken from microdrive thread in buy/sell: "Dropout voltage (minimum input voltage) theoretically 2.25V+output voltage. So, for red diodes ~5V, blu-ray diodes ~7V. MAXIMUM VOLTAGE is 12V."
According that you cant use a cr123 lith. as that is 3v, and you need approx 7V for the rckstrdriver. so no you cant use cr123.
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In the Dorcy build, between the Rkcstr and the flexdrive, you have to use the flexdrive. A single CR123 will NOT give you enough voltage.

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Thats why I ordered my flex a week ago
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