Old 05-23-2009, 10:02 PM #17
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thanks i don't have a argon though


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Should have had the guy pull the whole optics platter from the sequencer, there is stuff a LOT more interesting than the argon laser in those...
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Should have had the guy pull the whole optics platter from the sequencer, there is stuff a LOT more interesting than the argon laser in those...
I requested a bunch of stuff from the unit, but really the only thing I got that I actually requested was the laser. I was just glad to get it in one piece
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Looks really nice. The control panels is awesome :P
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Here's my remote... I built it for the nice Ar Dave sold me!
It has exactly the same capabilities as the original JDSU digital remote. At the top is a LCD panel, giving mW or A. The trickiest thing building this was that the whole stuff is powered from the +15/-15 20mA supplies of the psu, and it was not easy getting the panel meter to work. Short story: the kind of meter I have (PM128, real cheap) is supposed to run from a 9v battery, because the measured voltage can't be referenced to the supply voltage. The solution involved cutting tracks on the panel pcb as per the main chip datasheet, and using a symetrical +5/-5 supply to power it, taking advantage of the existing symetrical 15v output.
At the bottom is raw output to check for calibration of the meter with a basic multimeter.
Anyone needing details to build one don't hesitate to contact me!
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