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Grix

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Got the idea from Franco's thread about blu-ray diodes (http://laserpointerforums.com/f38/12x-br-diodes-46798.html)

Please reply to this thread or send me a PM with information on your 445nm diode and I'll be happy to keep a complete list of 445 diodes for science! :p

Updated: August 6th
Last updated info is in red.

NB: I'm not updating this anymore.



Ii/Po graph:




(LE and HE is low- and high efficieny lense.)


For an alternative Ii/Po graph including bench tests, see here:
http://laserpointerforums.com/f65/post-your-ma-mw-51432.html#post710254
(Thanks to kevinmassey)
 
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Grix

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Snap! I'll get to work :eek:

Or is this thread still useful, since there is already a graph there?

EDIT: The information there is way too thin and outdated. People would have to post detailed info here or there is no point since there is a graph already.
 
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I have a DLP 445nm diode running at ~750mA making 620mW. I'm using a FlexMod2 driver and a z-bolt lab-style heatsink w/fan. The diode has roughly 25 hours on it so far.
 

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Snap! I'll get to work :eek:

Or is this thread still useful, since there is already a graph there?

EDIT: The information there is way too thin and outdated. People would have to post detailed info here or there is no point since there is a graph already.

I agree that there is not all the info that I want in that thread. However, it will give you a good start AND once people see what info is missing from your graph, they may/will give you the missing info

Perhaps you two can combine forces ;)

Peace,
dave
 

daguin

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Got the idea from Franco's thread about blu-ray diodes (http://laserpointerforums.com/f38/12x-br-diodes-46798.html)

Please reply to this thread or send me a PM with information on your 445nm diode and I'll be happy to keep a complete list of 445 diodes for science! :p

daguin (1)
XJ-A130
MicroBoost
405-G-2
Kryton Groove
5hrs (as of 6/18)
alive

daguin(2)
XJ-A130
MicroBoost
350mA
AixiZ 405 glass
170mW
Generic pen host
1 hour
alive

Peace,
dave
 
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RA_pierce

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RA_pierce:
XJ-A130
MicroBoost
1000mA
LarryDFW Hi-Power 405 glass
980mW peak, 920mW stable (use whichever you choose)
Cree A10B, brass heatsink
2 hours
Alive as of 6/11
 
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Diode source xj-a130, Driver is Flex Mod N2, Lense is Aixiz 405, Zbolt lab heatsink, 2hrs so far, working fine, built on 6-11

Waiting on some aixiz lenses and some 18650's to test my handheld.
 
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Messing with the amc7135 @ 1400 mA , the beam is no joke.

now at 1.7A and 2.23A. I can only imagine the power. I am going to get a benchtop digital adjustable PSU, not now but soon , so i can experiment with these powers.

Herrursciences seems to be pioneering the ultra high current tests , im just going to ride the coat tails...


@ HumanSymphony - the most i got out of a microboost is 950mA using a BR testload before the driver itself started overheating and shifting its current output.
 




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