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Default installing LASORB into the circuit

Hi all,

Just trying to figure out how to install the LASORB. Should I just wire it in parallel with my laser diode?

More importantly, does the inclusion of LASORB change anything in the circuit? Would I have to dial up the mA on my PSU?

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Yep, parallel with the diode. It should have no bearing on the behavior of the circuit itself except to trim off any spikes or transients.
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Those LASORB vids were cool. May those diodes who were unprotected rest in peace
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do these thing actually work.. i find it hard to believe that it can be that effective.. the videos i have seen seem quite set up and reinacted.. any comments

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There's a independent test video here YouTube - LASORB Laser Diode ESD Protection Test
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So the LASORB Anode leg needs to be soldered to the Positve(+) diode pin and the Lasorb Cathode to the Negative(-) diode pin. Right guys?

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ok cool.. i guess they just must of been bad actors lol! i will try this out in my next build.. might save me a head ache or two..
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Hey, I'm really sorry for bringing this thread back up but I still don't get how to install a lasorb. What's the lasorb anode and cathode? Can someone show me an easy diagram or explain 100% ?

Its just that I THINK you are supposed to connect it by soldering one of the lasorb pins to a laser diode pin and the other lasorb pin to the other laser pin, but how do I connect this to the laser driver then? Do you just attach wires to the soldered lasorb/laser pins?
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hey, there is polarity! BEWARE!
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