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Default Re: My 445nm Laser Build(first tests)

Oh very cool. The recommended current for an M140 is 1.7A, have you ever looked into X-drives for a driver? They're super solid and don't get very hot on their own. Check em out:
http://laserpointerforums.com/f39/x-...ost-88589.html


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