Old 02-19-2008, 12:59 AM #1
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im goign ot turn my metalgear laser into a labby woudl the heat sinc in a tv be a good one for this and whear should i get the drive for this labby iv used the laser in a metalgear nad it runs at 160mw


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Old 02-19-2008, 03:27 AM #2
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well, i dont exactly know what you want to know but i found a gallon of mineral oil acts as a great heat sink for computers. What i did was submerge everything except the monitor and mouse and keyboard and i had steady tempratures even at full load.
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Old 02-19-2008, 03:44 AM #3
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i wont to know if the heat sinc in a tv would be a good heat sinc for a lab laser and whear i can get a good driver for it
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O, i am not sure. sorry dude. if you find a driver dell me about it. i am not shore exactly what role the driver plays?
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Glona, give more info, what size is the heatsink from the tv? (I didn't even know they had heatsinks in them)
Gardnerv, a driver or circuit regulates and limits the current going to the laser diode so it has a long and happy life. ;D
Oh, and Glona what diode are you using, is it one of senkat's, how long have you been using it in the dorcy, and what current were you driving it at?
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