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toked323

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can a gb diode handle 4.2 volts?
 



Greyfox

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It's probably out of spec, but it may be possible with an extreme temperature control solution. The bigger issue is limiting the current to make sure you don't have an instant blowout.
 

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Okay with 4.5 volts and a 5 ohm resistor, I was getting 160 mA. So as long as you dont hook 4.2 volts directly on the LD you will be fine.
 

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You know, you've asked very similar questions here and many people have taken the time to give detailed responses, yet you continue to ask. If you don't want to put the effort into trying to understand the responses and figure out the answer on your own, it is unrealistic to expect people to continue answering them. Other than being annoying, this type of action usually tends to cause people to be ignored.
 

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chimo said:
You know, you've asked very similar questions here and many people have taken the time to give detailed responses, yet you continue to ask. If you don't want to put the effort into trying to understand the responses and figure out the answer on your own, it is unrealistic to expect people to continue answering them. Other than being annoying, this type of action usually tends to cause people to be ignored.
I agree. :cool:. This---> http://www.laserpointerforums.com/forums/YaBB.pl?num=1191628939 is the identical question man. :p
 

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We dont mind helping you. Just try and not ask the same exact question on two different posts. :p
 







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