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Diodes Compilation - All Diodes Data In One Thread!

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Diodes:


405nm - Bluray:


PHR-803t:

Manufacturer:
Package: ϕ 5,6mm
Mode: Single
Pinout:



Common designation: PHR

Manufacturer rated output power: 60mW
Manufacturer rated operating voltage:
Manufacturer rated operating current:

Safe operating current: 90mA
Enthusiast operating current: 110mA
Maximum operating current: 120mA
Average output power:
Recommended driver:

Current [mA] / Output Power [mW] graph:

<Insert Plotted Graph>

Datasheet: <Insert Link>
Sled and diode extraction tutorial: Click Me!


GGW-H20L:

Manufacturer: LG (6x Bluray Drive)
Package: ϕ 5,6mm
Mode: Single
Pinout:



Common designation: GGW ; 6x

Manufacturer rated output power:
Manufacturer rated operating voltage:
Manufacturer rated operating current:

Safe operating current:
Enthusiast operating current:
Maximum operating current:
Average output power:
Recommended driver:

Current [mA] / Output Power [mW] graph:

<Insert Plotted Graph>

Datasheet: <Insert Link>
Sled and diode extraction tutorial: <Insert Link>


SF-AW210:

Manufacturer: ?? (4x Bluray Drive)
Package: ϕ 5,6mm
Mode: Single
Pinout:



Common designation: SF-AW210

Manufacturer rated output power: 120mW
Manufacturer rated operating voltage: 4,8v
Manufacturer rated operating current: 115mA

Safe operating current: ~180mA
Enthusiast operating current: ~200mA
Maximum operating current: ~250mA
Average output power: ~130mW
Recommended driver: rkcstr MicroDrive ; DrLava FlexDrive

Current [mA] / Output Power [mW] graph:



Datasheet: Click Me!
Sled and diode extraction tutorial: Click Me!


BDR-S03:

Manufacturer: ?? (Fake 8x Bluray Drive)
Package: ϕ 5,6mm
Mode: Single
Pinout:



Common designation: BDR-S03 ; S03 ; F03

Manufacturer rated output power:
Manufacturer rated operating voltage:
Manufacturer rated operating current:

Safe operating current:
Enthusiast operating current:
Maximum operating current:
Average output power:
Recommended driver:

Current [mA] / Output Power [mW] graph:

<Insert Plotted Graph>

Datasheet: <Insert Link>
Sled and diode extraction tutorial: <Insert Link>


BDR-203:

Manufacturer: Pioneer (8x Bluray Drive)
Package: ϕ 5,6mm
Mode: Single
Pinout:



Common designation: 8x

Manufacturer rated output power:
Manufacturer rated operating voltage:
Manufacturer rated operating current:

Safe operating current:
Enthusiast operating current:
Maximum operating current:
Average output power:
Recommended driver:

Current [mA] / Output Power [mW] graph:

<Insert Plotted Graph>

Datasheet: <Insert Link>
Sled and diode extraction tutorial: <Insert Link>


635nm - Bright Red:


SLD63518262:

Manufacturer: Samsung
Package: ϕ 5,6mm
Mode: Single
Pinout: <Insert Image>
Common designation: None

Manufacturer rated output power: 5mW (7mW max.)
Manufacturer rated operating voltage: 2,2v
Manufacturer rated operating current: 40mA

Safe operating current: 40mA
Enthusiast operating current: 40mA
Maximum operating current: 50mA
Average output power: 5mW
Recommended driver:

Current [mA] / Output Power [mW] graph:

<Insert Plotted Graph>

Datasheet: <Insert Link>
Sled and diode extraction tutorial: <Insert Link>


660nm - Red:


BDR-203 & BDR-205 Red Diode:

Manufacturer: Pioneer
Package: ϕ 3,6mm / Small Open Can
Mode: Single
Pinout:



Common designation: SmOC (Small Open Can) ; Not to confuse with SOC (Short Open Can)

Manufacturer rated output power: ??
Manufacturer rated operating voltage: ??
Manufacturer rated operating current: ??

Safe operating current: ~350mA
Enthusiast operating current: ~420mA
Maximum operating current: ~500mA
Average output power: ~250mW
Recommended driver: rkcstr MicroDrive

Current [mA] / Output Power [mW] graph:



Datasheet:
Sled and diode extraction tutorial:


ML101J27:

Manufacturer: Mitsubishi
Package: ϕ 5,6mm / Long Closed Can
Mode: Single
Pinout:



Common designation: LCC (Long Closed Can)

Manufacturer rated output power: 130mW
Manufacturer rated operating voltage: 2,5v
Manufacturer rated operating current: 200mA

Safe operating current: ~350mA
Enthusiast operating current: ~420mA
Maximum operating current: ~500mA
Average output power: ~250mW
Recommended driver: rkcstr MicroDrive ; DrLava FlexDrive

Current [mA] / Output Power [mW] graph:

<Insert Plotted Graph>

Datasheet: Click Me!
Sled and diode extraction tutorial:


LPC-815:

Manufacturer: Mitsubishi
Package: ϕ 5,6mm / Long Open Can
Mode: Single
Pinout:



Common designation: LPC ; LOC (Long Open Can)

Manufacturer rated output power: 150mW
Manufacturer rated operating voltage: 2,35v
Manufacturer rated operating current: 205mA

Safe operating current: ~350mA
Enthusiast operating current: ~420mA
Maximum operating current: ~500mA
Average output power: ~250mW
Recommended driver: rkcstr MicroDrive ; DrLava FlexDrive

Current [mA] / Output Power [mW] graph:

<Insert Plotted Graph>

Datasheet: Click Me!
Sled and diode extraction tutorial: Click Me!


808nm - InfraRed:













We need more data for graphs, output powers, voltages, currents, everything! If you see something's wrong just let me know and I'll correct it, this is sensitive information and it should never mislead members.
 
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SF-AW210:

Manufacturer: ?? (6x Bluray Drive) << I wouldn't call this 6x... maybe 4x
Package: ϕ 5,6mm
Mode: Single
Pinout:

Common designation: SF-AW210 Blu Ray

Manufacturer rated output power: 120mW
Manufacturer rated operating voltage: 4.8V
Manufacturer rated operating current: 115mA
^^ these are assuming that the datasheet linked below is correct. this is unknown though.

Safe operating current: ~180mA
Enthusiast operating current: ~200mA
Maximum operating current: ~250mA
Average output power: ~130mW
Recommended driver: Rkcstr Microdriver or DrLava Flexdrive
^^ my best guestimates

Current [mA] / Output Power [mW] graph:
SF-AW210 405nm Blu Ray Diode


Datasheet: Link from O-Like, not sure if this is for the SF-AW210 405nm diode but I think it is
Sled and diode extraction tutorial: <Insert Link>
-Kendall
 

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650nm - Red:


LPC-815:

Manufacturer: ??
Package: ϕ 5,6mm / Long Open Can
Mode: Single
Pinout:

Common designation: LPC ; LOC (Long Open Can)

Manufacturer rated output power:
Manufacturer rated operating voltage:
Manufacturer rated operating current:

Safe operating current:~350mA
Enthusiast operating current:~420mA
Maximum operating current:500mA
Average output power: ~250mW
Recommended driver: Rkcstr Microdriver or DrLava Flexdrive

Current [mA] / Output Power [mW] graph:

<Insert Plotted Graph>

Datasheet: <Insert Link>
Sled and diode extraction tutorial: <Insert Link>

the only current vs. power graph I could find was DrLava's 660nm diode roundup one from forever ago. I made a current vs. power graph of the SF-AW210 650nm Red diode but its slightly different than a LPC815...
-Kendall
 

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You and your compilation threads!

Just kidding, this is a huge contribution, nice idea!

Do you intent to collect as much data on every invidual diode out there or are you just interested in the "average" graph for each diode?
 
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You and your compilation threads!

Just kidding, this is a huge contribution, nice idea!

Do you intent to collect as much data on every invidual diode out there or are you just interested in the "average" graph for each diode?
I want as much data as possible. I'll have an average curve plotted, but if "Safe" and "Extreme" curves are needed I'll add them as well, but we should always go for general purposes.

This thread is mainly for noobs and builders who may have forgotten something about X diode (like operating voltage values) and so as to not go around looking for that info, this is the place where all those values can be.
 

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something about the sf-aw210 plot seems strange to me, surely you get more then 120mW at 210mA
 
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something about the sf-aw210 plot seems strange to me, surely you get more then 120mW at 210mA
I'd really like to get the DATA from the graphs so I can make my own graphs. This way every picture looks the same way and size, easier on the eyes, easier to recognize.
 

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If anyone has multiple excel files concerning the same diode, I'll take them and combine them into one for this thread. PM me for email.

We ought to add the two different LG 8X diodes to the list.

We'll be obtaining lots of data on these real soon thanks to IgorT!

I believe the LPC-815 is 150mw CW, and 300mw Pulsed.. I think I read that from one of IgorTs posts one time...
 
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Updated, added homogeneous images for diode pinouts + LPC info (thanks Kendall). Will do the same with graphs once we get the data needed.
 
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The "recommended" power of the PHR is 60mW. I'd put "safe" current at 120mA and "enthusiast" current at 150mA. Talk to Dave about "maximum" operating current.

Good idea, by the way!

-Mark
 

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Yeah I have tons of excel files. I'll link them.

Most of my data is measured power over time at a constant current though. I'll throw those up on here anyways.

By the way on all of my Excel data files I put a little "copyright HighTechDealZ", so any other sellers please do not use my data for your sales. I don't mind having the data here for informational purposes.

SFAW210-650nm
SFAW210-650nm-#2
SFAW210-405nm
PHR803T 100mA
PHR803T 120mA
PHR803T
LPC815 380mA
LPC815 430mA
LPC815
GGWH20L
GGWH20L #2
O-Like 200mW module

if that isn't enough data for you then you must be a statistics major.

-Kendall
 
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Yeah I have tons of excel files. I'll link them.

Most of my data is measured power over time at a constant current though. I'll throw those up on here anyways.

By the way on all of my Excel data files I put a little "copyright HighTechDealZ", so any other sellers please do not use my data for your sales. I don't mind having the data here for informational purposes.

SFAW210-650nm
SFAW210-650nm-#2
SFAW210-405nm
PHR803T 100mA
PHR803T 120mA
PHR803T
LPC815 380mA
LPC815 430mA
LPC815
GGWH20L
GGWH20L #2
O-Like 200mW module

if that isn't enough data for you then you must be a statistics major.

-Kendall
Actually I am currently studying Probability & Statistics, I have that class today at 6:15PM :p

It's good data, man. Thanks a lot, I will send it to meatball so he can do some plotting :)
 

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Can LPC's and LOC's really be driven up to 5000mA or is that supposed to be 500mA? I noticed Kendall included a link to a graph of a 532nm module. If you're planning on adding green modules the two I know of are O-like small and large modules and SXD modules.
 

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We can include O-Like module... if we can get more data.

Spread the word, we need lots more data!
 




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