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[quote author=Spyderz20x6 link=1209418066/320#334 date=1219171434]How do you set the current without voltage going through the driver :-?
You use a dummy load to set the current. *THEN you solder the diode to the driver.

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I know that i need to use a dummy load (which i always do). But, for the risky situations, when the diode is already soldered to the driver, and you need to measure voltage across the R10 resistor, how do you adjust the current without batteries connected to it? It is impossible...


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[quote author=daguin link=1209418066/320#335 date=1219171647][quote author=Spyderz20x6 link=1209418066/320#334 date=1219171434]How do you set the current without voltage going through the driver :-?
You use a dummy load to set the current. *THEN you solder the diode to the driver.

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I know that i need to use a dummy load (which i always do). But, for the risky situations, when the diode is already soldered to the driver, and you need to measure voltage across the R10 resistor, how do you adjust the current without batteries connected to it? It is impossible...[/quote]
you can desolder the diode from the driver and put a dummy load back on. solder is great like that, it's not permanent.

or if you don't want to take the diode off, you could do a tiny tiny increment on the pot, turn it on and see what the current is, turn it off, and do another tiny tiny increment again, turn it on, .... etc.
just be careful because the pot is exponential, at high currents it will jump a lot more at a time than at low currents.

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[quote author=Spyderz20x6 link=1209418066/320#336 date=1219172004][quote author=daguin link=1209418066/320#335 date=1219171647][quote author=Spyderz20x6 link=1209418066/320#334 date=1219171434]How do you set the current without voltage going through the driver :-?
You use a dummy load to set the current. THEN you solder the diode to the driver.[/quote]
I know that i need to use a dummy load (which i always do). But, for the risky situations, when the diode is already soldered to the driver, and you need to measure voltage across the R10 resistor, how do you adjust the current without batteries connected to it? It is impossible...[/quote]
you can desolder the diode from the driver and put a dummy load back on. solder is great like that, it's not permanent.

or if you don't want to take the diode off, you could do a tiny tiny increment on the pot, turn it on and see what the current is, turn it off, and do another tiny tiny increment again, turn it on, .... etc.
just be careful because the pot is exponential, at high currents it will jump a lot more at a time than at low currents.

good luck[/quote]

First, avoid "risky situations." Barring that you can do what Sk8er suggests. If you are using a linear driver, you can also place your DMM inline with the batteries. You can either hook it in between the driver and the battery or in place of your "clicky" tailcap.

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[quote author=Spyderz20x6 link=1209418066/320#336 date=1219172004][quote author=daguin link=1209418066/320#335 date=1219171647][quote author=Spyderz20x6 link=1209418066/320#334 date=1219171434]How do you set the current without voltage going through the driver :-?
You use a dummy load to set the current. *THEN you solder the diode to the driver.

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I know that i need to use a dummy load (which i always do). But, for the risky situations, when the diode is already soldered to the driver, and you need to measure voltage across the R10 resistor, how do you adjust the current without batteries connected to it? It is impossible...[/quote]
you can desolder the diode from the driver and put a dummy load back on. solder is great like that, it's not permanent.

or if you don't want to take the diode off, you could do a tiny tiny increment on the pot, turn it on and see what the current is, turn it off, and do another tiny tiny increment again, turn it on, .... etc.
just be careful because the pot is exponential, at high currents it will jump a lot more at a time than at low currents.

good luck[/quote]
That is a great tip! What i usually do is get a friends to keep the DMM leads on the R10 resistor, and adjust the pot until it is at the desired current.
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You use a dummy load to set the current. *THEN you solder the diode to the driver.[/quote]
I know that i need to use a dummy load (which i always do). But, for the risky situations, when the diode is already soldered to the driver, and you need to measure voltage across the R10 resistor, how do you adjust the current without batteries connected to it? It is impossible...[/quote]
you can desolder the diode from the driver and put a dummy load back on. solder is great like that, it's not permanent.

or if you don't want to take the diode off, you could do a tiny tiny increment on the pot, turn it on and see what the current is, turn it off, and do another tiny tiny increment again, turn it on, .... etc.
just be careful because the pot is exponential, at high currents it will jump a lot more at a time than at low currents.

good luck[/quote]
If you are using a linear driver, you can hook it in between the driver and the battery.
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I don't see how that would work...
Then again, i don't know that much about linear drivers...
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I assume that a linear driver takes the same amount of current from the battery as it gives to the diode. so measuring the current between the driver & battery will give you the current going to the diode. then that would work.

you measure current in series with the circuit, the current has to pass through the DMM then out of it to the next thing in the circuit for you to be able to read it.

for voltage you can measure it in parallel, so you just put the probes on either side of the component that you want to see the voltage in.
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I assume that a linear driver takes the same amount of current from the battery as it gives to the diode. so measuring the current between the driver & battery will give you the current going to the diode. then that would work.
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When did you ship mine, because I haven't gotten it yet.. But a few other people have :-?
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i got mine yesterday.its tiny.hope my hands aren't to shaky.
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Are there still different current ranges? because i´d like to have one in the 32-200 mA range for my blueray build, but i can´t find such an option on the order page...

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Default Re: Lava Micro FlexDrive Driver (lavadrive2) fits

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Are there still different current ranges? because i´d like to have one in the 32-200 mA range for my blueray build, but i can´t find such an option on the order page...

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Default Re: Lava Micro FlexDrive Driver (lavadrive2) fits

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[quote author=ArRaY link=1209418066/340#347 date=1219339363]Are there still different current ranges? because i´d like to have one in the 32-200 mA range for my blueray build, but i can´t find such an option on the order page...

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The newest version of this wonderful driver has BOTH ranges set up on it. *You solder a jumper to get the range you want.

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That's right, but for this one the low range is 64-115mA, geared towards the PHR-803 lasers.
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DrLave, is it possible for the FlexDrive to go beyond 500mA like 850mA?
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Default Re: Lava Micro FlexDrive Driver (lavadrive2) fits

Thanks daguin. Afk ordering one^^

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*Damn! I don´t have google checkout! Is there another way to purchase it directly from you Dr. Lava?*
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