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DTR's Reviews/Tutorials/Modifications Compilation

InfinitusEquitas

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I have three left.:beer:
:banghead: You're evil you know that. I need to cut back on spending unfortunately. Good old new york state decided that I owe them quite a bit of money from back in 2008. Once I figure out that mess though, hope you still have one:p
 



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i thought 445's were all multimode??? what is this single mode? sorry for my ignorance.
 

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i thought 445's were all multimode??? what is this single mode? sorry for my ignorance.
There are single mode 445nm diodes, but they are lower power. ~75mW IIRC.
 

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Yep they actually call them a 450nm diode. Avnet calls it a 460nm. :thinking:
http://www.osram-os.com/osram_os/CN/Downloads/IR_data_sheets/documents/PL_450_2010-04-27_c.pdf

Blord's graph does show some serious promise. With a G-2 you are around a 100mW @ the rated 130mA and he ran his all the way to 400mA although I would not suggest it unless you are trying to test it's durability and accept that it will probably have a significantly shorter life if not die on the spot.:eek:

 

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+1 DTR for all the help with everything thus far :beer:
 

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DTR, I recently ordered your 1W laser module from eBay, and I just wanted to say "thanks" for providing such a high-quality product at a reasonable price.:san:
 

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Has anyone managed to make an Aixiz with a built in temperature crowbar yet?

thanks!!
-A
 

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What is a "temperature crowbar" and what does that have to do with this thread?
 

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A temp crowbar is a circuit that'll shut off the laser until it cools down to a certain point, and won't allow you to turn it on again until said point is reached.

What it has to do with this thread I'm clueless too. :p
 







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