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Default Test load for o-like driver

hello!
I have 16X DVD burner diode. I need 180-210 MA for the diode.
I dont want to do test load bacause I dont know how...
so if I want the driver just for not cause damage to the diode, so I need to do test load?
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Default Re: Test load for o-like driver

Hello,

If you want Test Load you can buy one From Jib, Lazeerer and other Electonic guys.

Or send me your Driver to Set it at 180-210mA. or ask Someone Near you if he can.

If you don't have driver i have some From o-like, i'll set it to 180mA and shipped to you.



where are you from?

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Default Re: Test load for o-like driver

Not necessary. "current increased when adjusted clockwise.oppositely, decreased when adjusted anti-clockwise" Set it to its lowest current, solder all the components together, and with an ammeter in series with the power source, turn the current up to where you want it.
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Default Re: Test load for o-like driver

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Not necessary. "current increased when adjusted clockwise.oppositely, decreased when adjusted anti-clockwise" Set it to its lowest current, solder all the components together, and with an ammeter in series with the power source, turn the current up to where you want it.
if he do, maybe will damage the diode.
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Default Re: Test load for o-like driver

I'd be more worried about static than going WHOOPS!! with the pot.
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