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My Nubm44 build

BobMc

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Still very impressed with your build. :gj: Your are correct cooler is better. Would love to get some run times, you can get out of your build. Here's to hoping you get close to another 8watts out of your new driver. Keep us apprised. :)
 

Alaskan

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If you keep the diode cooler, you can safely increase the current up to their stated max for CW for more output power.
 

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If you keep the diode cooler, you can safely increase the current up to their stated max for CW for more output power.

I will start off at 4.5 Amps and see what it outputs. I should be able to do a graph this time and not just show the meter reading. After some stuffing around the LPM software seems to be running on my Notebook now.

With the heatsinking I have it should have pretty much a continuous duty cycle. DTR has run the Numb44 at 5.5 Amps for a few minets. I should not have any problem running it up there.
 




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