Okay, firstly I want to say, awesome seller. However I don't want to bug someone who must be very busy. So I purchased 488nm SHARP corp. Laser diode module (Driver included, I believe that it's a Flex Drive, although I'm unsure...), I purchased it in this format main because I don't trust myself yet with direct handling of the diode yet. Now, I have a diode and a heat sink to put it in, but I would like to know how I should power it as to reduce the risk of transient currents possibly damaging the diode? Are normal batteries in series sufficient to meet the Below 6VDC that the Driver requires (Although I read the Datasheet that sharp produced for it, and it requires 6-7VDC?), or should I use a AC-DC PC power supply? Thanks!