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FS: Skdriver for 7w, Kdriver buck 2.6A, boost 1.5A, linear 0.8A

thanhtung

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hi, After test all my design fully i can show to you full information of these driver:

1. Kdriver buck bare 13.7 x 9.8 mm and round 17mm: 19.9$

  • Input Voltage Range: 3 to 17V
  • Adjustable Output Voltage from 0.9 to 6V
- Max out current is 2.6A and can been up to 3A depend to your power
- I test in 2' not heatsink at 1.9A but for safetis you need heatsink if current than 1.5A for longtime use
- The range of adjustment on the pot :
+ approximately 400mA to 1.1A
+ 800mA to 1.4A
+ 1.1A to 1.8A
+ 1.7 to 2.6A
  • Programmable Soft Start : 0.1s , 1s or 2s
  • Power Good Output
  • 100% Duty Cycle Mode
  • Short Circuit Protection
  • Over Temperature Protection



2. SKdriver buck for 7W+ laser size (14.3 x 10.3 mm) : 23.9$
https://flic.kr/p/RfKNEZ https://flic.kr/p/RfKiPT https://flic.kr/p/SSYgKo https://flic.kr/p/RfKiGP


3. Kdriver boost 1.5A max current size (12.7 x 9.7 mm) : 12.9$

  • Topology: Boost (When operating, Vin must be below Vout/diode Vf)
  • Over Voltage Protection
  • Over Temperature Protection
  • Vin: 2 - 24V
  • Vout: 2.5 - 28V
  • Iout: 70 - 1500mA+ (depends on Vout)
  • Size: 12.7*9.7mm
  • Features:
    • Current regulated
    • Adjustable current
    • Soft start (internal)
* Notice: If you use two Batteries 3.7V input --> it can push to 4.8V output and 4.7A out current (NOT suggest)



more pics
https://flic.kr/p/SSXGfY
https://flic.kr/p/RfKiPT
https://flic.kr/p/SSXEud
https://flic.kr/p/RfKi9V
4. Kdriver linear round 17mm:
  • Topology: Linear (When operating, Vin must be above Vout/diode Vf)
  • Vin: 3 - 12V
  • Vout: (Vin - 1.5)V
  • Iout: 0 - 1000mA
  • Size round: 17mm
  • Adjustable current

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Time to prepare ship : 3 days

My paypal: paypal.me/tunglaser
Mail: hoangtuech.hn@gmail.com

Ship cost 20$ about 10 days arrived
 
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LewDude

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Very cool! I'll likely be trying some out :) Appreciate you sharing with the community.
Question on the 2nd (boost) driver. I do not see a potentiometer in the pictures - how is the current adjusted?

Thanks again!!
 

thanhtung

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Very cool! I'll likely be trying some out :) Appreciate you sharing with the community.
Question on the 2nd (boost) driver. I do not see a potentiometer in the pictures - how is the current adjusted?

Thanks again!!
Dear, cause i haven't solder it into driver yet for fix max 1.5A . It here:
 

paul1598419

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I received and tested three drivers sent to me for testing. Unfortunately, they do not regulate current at all. I received a linear, a buck and a boost driver, But they wren't able to regulate current when used on an appropriate test load. I thought they might be voltage regulators, but even at different loads, they didn't regulate voltage either. Since the numbers used on the semiconductor devices have been shanded off, I didn't try to figure out what might have gone wrong with these drivers. Sorry for this late reply, but I couldn't find the appropriate thread to post this information to.
 

Lifetime17

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Hi Paul,
Wow thanks for testing these drivers, as you know we always need new drivers. But as your test results are found these drivers aren't up to the job. Its very well and good that the tested drivers didn't function properly. There for if anybody purchased these they might have lost the diode and we dont want that now do we. So from your analysis I guess this is a go home and do it again for Thanhtung.

Rich:)
 

RedCowboy

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As the resistance of the laser diode can change with temp the driver must regulate current to the laser, any make-shift type deal working within a temp range would result in varying laser output beyond normal heat fade ( also potential failure ) and as we wish to fine tune the output to our heat sink and duty cycle the driver really needs to regulate current.
 
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paul1598419

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Yeah, I'm sorry, but these drivers did fail all my tests and I cannot recommend them in their present state. Sorry for this late reply, but I couldn't find this thread without help. Go figure. :ROFLMAO:
 

BowtieGuy

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Thanks for testing these new drivers, Paul, it's too bad they didn't work out, as Rich stated, we're always looking for a good source for new drivers.
Hopefully thanhtung can figure out the problems, and make these an additional source for our driver needs.
 

Shotgundrums

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Mr. Tung. Perhaps share what ICs you’re using w/ Paul. Might be able to help you iron these drivers out into good units. Good luck.
SGD🍻
 




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