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    NUBM44 diode in copper module from DTR with 4.5amp driver in an Eghemus host

    I measured the width of the top of the host , it is 1.5 inches across.
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    NUBM44 diode in copper module from DTR with 4.5amp driver in an Eghemus host

    I did solder the wires, but I was having problems with the thermal paste, so I asked Jordan from DTR what to use. Artic alumina was what was suggested. It's a two part thermal adhesive, and your going to need to pin the driver up against the heat sink with something until the adhesive sets. I...
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    NUBM44 diode in copper module from DTR with 4.5amp driver in an Eghemus host

    Ok, I have had this new diode for a few days, and it amazes me how well the host dissapates the heat, at the most the host gets mildly warm very evenly spread over the top of the host. This is impressive and a testiment to ehgemus's design considering how much heat the combination of the...
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    3.5W NDB7A75 445nm Eghemus host build

    Here are the pics.
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    3.5W NDB7A75 445nm Eghemus host build

    I just finished a build with a NUBM44 diode in a similar Eghemus host with a 4.5amp driver. I will post pics and beam shots tomorrow. I like the NDB7A75 diode, but I do think in almost every way not just power, but also beam quality the NUBM44 is superior.
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    3.5W NDB7A75 445nm Eghemus host build

    Here are the beam shots, it's so bright the camera has issues with it, that and everything I put it on burns.
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    3.5W NDB7A75 445nm Eghemus host build

    3.5 watt diode in large 2×18650 batteries with heatsink for driver.




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