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Would you be willing to upload a video or pictures in explanation of what you said? Lol I followed what you were saying but I was wondering if you could show a visual representation as well? PleaseHello,
I have purchased other stuff from them before, its my goto for quality optics and drivers.
Other company may be swisslas.ch , they also don't have all the components on the site, but i don't know if they have something.
Thats NICE! hope you don't kill your module, i am very scared to do so.
Yes you can, its a classic laser driver with 0-5v modulation input. For now i connected a powersupply to control the output power, eventually this will be changed to the original laser cutter power control.
As i understand is it possible to input 3 different modulation signals for RGB, as its normal used for RGB laser projectors.
But you can connect all 3x2 channels together to get 3x 5A current for your laser diodes with up to 48V for the diodes.
Each row of 5 are around 22V, so 2 rows are connected in series for 44V which the driver can handle.
So only 2/3 of the driver are really needed for the lasermodule.
2x 10 diodes in series (2x 2 rows in series connected to 2 outputs of the driver).
I have used 2 rows in series and connected the remaining rows to the 2 remaining driver channels, this gives me the possibility to control the current independently, i don't really need it but its nice to have.
The modulation input seems fast wich should be good for graphic cutting e.g. raster and different intensity engraving.
The curves at the data sheet indicate that there is no overshoot in current if you turn the current up, so the diodes should hold up to overdriving them.
This thing also has dcdc conversion integrated, this means it doesn't "burn" the voltage that's not needed (like styropyros driver) so it has a much higher efficiency. This is what sold me to the driver, it doesn't need much cooling, also the protection features are very good.