- Sep 20, 2013
How about this one? If I run it 15A it will settle around 10w. It’s a bar and I don’t know how to make 2x2mm spot with this diode.There is always a chance you might find a pump diode cheap on eBay. I would put it all back together and go hunting. A new one will be too high. Maybe you can find just the head for this cheap. That is how I would proceed.
How about this one? If I run it 15A it will settle around 10w. It’s a bar and I don’t know how to make 2x2mm spot with this diode.
They killed it?We connected this unit to a regulated DC power supply and was able to produce a steady laser beam, view photo for detail.
This one seems to be lowest power: https://www.ebay.com/itm/COHERENT-FAP-800-FAP800-L-16W-800-830nm-1-1-1mw-FIBER-COUPLED-DIODE-LASER/361956798467?_trkparms=aid=888007&algo=DISC.MBE&ao=1&asc=50543&meid=e6bb3144014046bbbe05ae5351e7df58&pid=100009&rk=1&rkt=1&sd=173259849548&itm=361956798467&_trksid=p2047675.c100009.m1982
I’m worried because description says it’s 1.1mw @ 2.2volts. Hmmmm.. it’s constant current device, right?
They killed it?