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Default Re: Lava Micro FlexDrive Driver (lavadrive2) fits

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not a clue, ive just got one of his drivers and am trying to put it in and leadlight case.

so using 2x aa batts

I'm not sure how to check the current on a flexdrive without a dummy load.

Maybe someone will chime in with a way to do it. Otherwise . . . . .It will be a mystery that only goes up to 90mW

If you're putting it into a leadlight case you might not want to go much higher anyway. There's not as much heat sinking in one of them as in a module. I thought you were working into a module for a scanner.

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Default Re: Lava Micro FlexDrive Driver (lavadrive2) fits

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[quote author=andy_con link=1209418066/200#207 date=1216679286]not a clue, ive just got one of his drivers and am trying to put it in and leadlight case.

so using 2x aa batts

I'm not sure how to check the current on a flexdrive without a dummy load.

Maybe someone will chime in with a way to do it. *Otherwise . . . . .It will be a mystery that only goes up to 90mW

If you're putting it into a leadlight case you might not want to go much higher anyway. *There's not as much heat sinking in one of them as in a module. *I thought you were working into a module for a scanner.

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assuming he is talking about a xbox blu ray diode, they vary and 100mW out of them is very good. You didn't mention any of the other important facts, andy so there is little else to go on. It's strange that you said it wouldn't fit, but seemingly had already fit it in? When overdriving your diodes this much there is no guarantee what you will get out of them.
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DrLave, are these new FlexDrive Drivers ready to ship yet. :P Can't wait. [smiley=happy.gif]
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Default Re: Lava Micro FlexDrive Driver (lavadrive2) fits

drlava,

Just wanting to let you know that I received my FlexDrive in excellent condition. Thanks again!

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[quote author=andy_con link=1209418066/200#207 date=1216679286]not a clue, ive just got one of his drivers and am trying to put it in and leadlight case.

so using 2x aa batts

I'm not sure how to check the current on a flexdrive without a dummy load.

Maybe someone will chime in with a way to do it. *Otherwise . . . . .It will be a mystery that only goes up to 90mW

If you're putting it into a leadlight case you might not want to go much higher anyway. *There's not as much heat sinking in one of them as in a module. *I thought you were working into a module for a scanner.

Peace,
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im really out of touch with diodes and drivers at the moment. ive been working flat out on my scanner for such a long time now.

im going to keep this point so will stick to a duty cycle.

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assuming he is talking about a xbox blu ray diode, they vary and 100mW out of them is very good. You didn't mention any of the other important facts, andy so there is little else to go on. It's strange that you said it wouldn't fit, but seemingly had already fit it in? When overdriving your diodes this much there is no guarantee what you will get out of them.
ive not fitted it in yet, im going away friday so probably wont get the pointer up and running in time
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help please!!

think ive damaged the driver when i was cutting it down.

i think ive cut the track arrowed.



where does hat track go?

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Just bridge the far end of R10 to the +ve
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that's the trace that connects to the output. It's important. If you have turned on the driver with that trace cut, you may have damaged it. You need to solder a wire to replace where the trace went.
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lucky it didnt damage the diode and its working again now

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DrLave, are these new FlexDrive Drivers ready to ship yet. :P Can't wait. [smiley=happy.gif]
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Default Re: Lava Micro FlexDrive Driver (lavadrive2) fits

Was going to order one in the 32-150mA-range, but then I noticed this text:

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You can convert one of the100-500mA driver to the 32-150mA range by replacing the pot with a 2x2mm 30k trimmer.
Does this still apply, and if it does, is there any way to get this soldered on? I can't solder SMD, that's why I'm asking.
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You can convert one of the100-500mA driver to the 32-150mA range by replacing the pot with a 2x2mm 30k trimmer.
Does this still apply, and if it does, is there any way to get this soldered on? I can't solder SMD, that's why I'm asking.
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Does this still apply, and if it does, is there any way to get this soldered on? I can't solder SMD, that's why I'm asking.
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Nope it doesn't apply to the new V2 boards. Should be soon!!!
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[quote author=sk8er4514 link=1209418066/220#220 date=1217018037][quote author=Snytbaggen link=1209418066/200#219 date=1217017300]Was going to order one in the 32-150mA-range, but then I noticed this text:

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You can convert one of the100-500mA driver to the 32-150mA range by replacing the pot with a 2x2mm 30k trimmer.
Does this still apply, and if it does, is there any way to get this soldered on? I can't solder SMD, that's why I'm asking.
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Nope it doesn't apply to the new V2 boards. *Should be soon!!![/quote]

Great! So... When can we order the V2 boards?
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If I order one now on your current page will I recieve a V2 board?

How would I go by acquiring one?

And will the prices remain the same?
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