Old 11-28-2014, 09:14 PM #17
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Default Re: NDG7475 1W 520nm - Cutting Out??

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Not sure I would have to look at it. The 2.4A @ 8.4V will draw around 1.8A since it is a buck driver. The 1.8A would draw around 1.5A @ 8.4V.
There you go, my lesson for today

With the cut out bit, do you think it is the protection thing kicking in and by me removing power, am I bypassing the normal wait time?

Well, while I was writing this I think I maybe just answered my own question. I left the power on and it went into a pretty much 30 sec on / 30 sec off cycle without any further interference from me.

Anyway, off to work so I can afford another laser

Thanks
Mick


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