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Old 02-15-2011, 04:32 PM #65
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I recommend you solder wires (VERY fast) on the diodes, please SECURE IT ON THE MODULE FIRST.. WITH THERMAL GREASE. So it dissipate the heat and such.


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Ok, I changed the battery of the multimeter and now it works, just tell me where to set the pointer pls.

About the module, I got this axis module but the diode is very small and while it fit good behind the optic, it fall down the spring under it. How do I fix it to stay still?
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I don't really know, but less than 200mA you can use 200m (at V~). You will use it to measure your driver and measure the output.

about the aixiz module
I don't understand what you are doing. Put the optic back there, the diode fits the other side. Open the back barrel of the module and you will see where the diode fits.
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I don't really know, but less than 200mA you can use 200m (at V~). You will use it to measure your driver and measure the output.

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I don't understand what you are doing. Put the optic back there, the diode fits the other side. Open the back barrel of the module and you will see where the diode fits.
Oh, ok, I see it, I just don't understand what the point of the spring between the lens and the diode then...
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the spring is to make the lens less 'loose' so they won't unfocus naturally...
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Oh, good to know, I have a lot to learn
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No problem. Show me how you are mounting the diode. You'll need to apply MUCH strength so it press fit.
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Ok, I inserted the diode, the back is a mess, I'll have to remove the solder left and straighten the pins.

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It is right. You applied thermal grease?
btw, you need to press this diode further...
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I've applied nothing, do I have to spread the grease on the sides?
Don't know how I'll manage to pull it out now btw.
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oh crap.. try applying on the sides. Beware to not contaminate the top of the LD.
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I don't think it will ever come out, it's too deep inside to pick it with pliers
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Is applying the grease really really important?
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Forget the thermal grease.

The only way to take the diode out of the housing is to hammer it on the other side. Do that only when it's dead (duh).

Show me a picture of your soldering iron.
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Forget the thermal grease.

The only way to take the diode out of the housing is to hammer it on the other side. Do that only when it's dead (duh).

Show me a picture of your soldering iron.
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Just post specifications then, I'll google it.

Also, about removing those solder blobs, do you have a solder vacuum pump? It's incredibly useful tool for desoldering and touching up the solder work.
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