Honestly I am not familiar with boost circuits but I see no reason why it will not work. You might even be able to use a silicon diode in series with the LD to cut the current/voltage down, and a 1 watt silicon diode is smaller then a half watt resistor. The voltage drop of a silicon diode is appx. .7 of a volt.toked323 said:yea maybe im gonna order it and try
I am going to have to take that back.. After looking at how fast current drops with each .1 of a volt drop at the input, I would not even recommend this driver. I know I would not be happy with it.ericab said:so; your saying with the TDU0201E-11-DC:
all one would have to do is add a silicon diode inline?
with a .7 drop what would the resulting current be?