No problem . Its actually from what I can see ( and info online ) 48 individual emitters in two rows of 24 , So you get two rows of beams from the top in the direction you can see the green lines .Wow thanks for doing this. What side does the beam come out? So it’s IR pumped. JUST GUESSING by the purple glow below. How does it form a single beam or does it? Now more confused. I’d like to find one in yellow.
Thanks : D , They only seem to do up to a 3W model and there is no indication what one this is , 1 , 2 or 3 WI'm sure that's not 10w but very nice test, good work dash
This is the model I have: NECSELThanks : D ,
Sure , With the module upright and the socket facing you from left to right on the 6 pin connector ,
1/2 PPLN heater , 3/4 diode thermistor , 5/6 PPLN thermistor .
Diode power left is Negative , Diode power right is Positive .
This applies to the model I have .
OK. Thanks!Ah , Sorry I don't have any information on that module , You would have to take the cover off and trace pins or measure across the pairs .
The diode is easy to see , though you will have to work out the +/- , if you measure the smaller connections the heater will be a reasonably low value and the thermistors should be 10KOhm ish .