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Old 04-29-2013, 11:19 PM #1
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Default Stacking up amperage with LED indicators

Hello, you of greater knowledge
I was pondering making a 445nm laser at about 1 watt and having a safety switch before the 1 amp driver with a green LED to indicate 'SHIELD YOUR EYES!' before I push the main power button.
I was wondering if I drive the first LED to its needed amperage that the LED's amperage will stack up along with the amperage from the laser diode driver.
Also, does the circuit I have here look safe and sound, or do I need to go home and rethink my life?


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Putting the LED's in series won't work, as they'd have to be able to carry the current of your diode, and most drivers won't have the Vf to drive 2 diodes in series. You'd need to put them in parallel.
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OOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooooh that makes so much sense lol
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hmmmm... So I've set up a circuit with a dual switch for both the LD and the holy crap, it's on light. I am confused about how I can also have a safety switch which turns a green light on when the laser is armed. With my amature knowledge, the only option I have is to put it in parallel with the laser, which would suck up my energy. Does anyone have an idea about how to make this indicator work?
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You have your out and adj backwards. Why are there 3 light emitting devices and which one(s) is the laser diode? What's the 1A box? Why does the blue have no ground? Why is there a pot going into the 1A box? I have no idea what you're trying to do here. Label everything and post it again.
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You have your out and adj backwards. Why are there 3 light emitting devices and which one(s) is the laser diode? What's the 1A box? Why does the blue have no ground? Why is there a pot going into the 1A box? I have no idea what you're trying to do here. Label everything and post it again.
Someone's pretentious.
I know because I explaned myself in my OP. Forget it
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You know what? I'm done with this site. I can't comprehend how someone who participates in a forum to make the world a cooler place would be so cold. That describes a lot of the experiences I have here. I search for days and I don't find the information I would like, but I'm not allowed to have it. I'm done.
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My, my, someone's a winer.......
In the immortal words of the Great Dave, "Don't let the door knob smack you in the butt..."

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Hello, you of greater knowledge
I was pondering making a 445nm laser at about 1 watt and having a safety switch before the 1 amp driver with a green LED to indicate 'SHIELD YOUR EYES!' before I push the main power button.
I was wondering if I drive the first LED to its needed amperage that the LED's amperage will stack up along with the amperage from the laser diode driver.
Also, does the circuit I have here look safe and sound, or do I need to go home and rethink my life?
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hmmmm... So I've set up a circuit with a dual switch for both the LD and the holy crap, it's on light. I am confused about how I can also have a safety switch which turns a green light on when the laser is armed. With my amature knowledge, the only option I have is to put it in parallel with the laser, which would suck up my energy. Does anyone have an idea about how to make this indicator work?
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Wow another spoiled brat....

You come here with your incomplete drawings and expect us
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Your diagram doesn't make sense. If it makes sense to you, but doesn't make sense to others, it defeats the purpose of making the diagram. I Didn't call you an idiot or tell you to go away; I didn't say I was better than you and that you should go hang yourself; I asked specific questions about your diagram and I suggested specific ways to improve your diagram so that you can better communicate your problem with us. If that makes me cold and pretentious, then I am a first-rate pompous douche nozzle with dry ice underwear.
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There's not really any point to using 2 indicator LEDs, as when you turn the power on, the laser diode is going to come on.

You can just put 1 in parallel on your power switch with a resistor to limit current and call it a day, incorporating time delays in lasers is a pain, and pointless in handhelds.
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The same arcane information that 13-year-olds routinely look up and learn on the net? Really though, a background in this subject shouldn't even be necessary to appreciate readable and understandable diagrams.

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I'd like to start off with I'm not expecting anyone to accept my apology. I wouldn't.
2 years ago, I was a freshman in college, and quite the little d-bagger. I was fresh out of high school, and still acted like it. I made a simple post which I inflated into a giant blimp of self absorbed, finger-pointing douchebaggery; and I do not use that word lightly (pardon my french). I was a jerk to each one of you on purpose, and there's no excuse for that kind of behavior: not stress or anxiety; not frustration; not misinterpretation. For what I am about to say, I wish to make it clear that I am not trying to self-righteously make you all respect me for who I am. I just want to make things right. I am deeply and wholeheartedly sorry for how I acted. I do not expect to be accepted into the community, or to be better respected. From the inside of my bone marrow, I am sorry.
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