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I got my m140 diode in the copper module /w leads from DTR but all the wires are soldered into one? (including case pin wire) So do i just solder my driver leads to the one wire thingy of the module? Or do i have to un-solder the wires of the module and the put the negative and positive to their wires? And if that is the right answer then do i just throw away the case pin wire? (i know it isnt used but just making sure!)



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The leads are soldered together for ESD protection during shipping. You can just desolder them or clip the ends off. The white wire(case) is not needed on all builds but there if you do. They are used for hosts that do not provide a good place to get ground for your driver ground input. If your driver is already wired up in the host and you have just a positive and negative wire from the driver that needs to be attached to your diode you don't need it and you can just clip off the case lead and connect the red and black wires of your diode to your driver.

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