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Some tests made on the A140

Trevor

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Great info to think about... now I'm considering running mine even harder. :thinking:

-Trevor
 



HIMNL9

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Always remember about heatsinking ..... these diodes becomes hot very quickly .....
 

pullbangdead

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VERY NIIIIICCE

Thank you +1

I have a "zombie" that I would be willing to give up for the cause to be decanned for macros. Everyone knows that my photgraphy skillz suck

Peace,
dave
Please to send to me. You still have my address, or should I pm it?
 

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Thanks for the data,

Since the projector has 24 a140 diodes, would the diodes be running at a lower mW to generate the 1.8 W or was this a test of a single diode?

also can you also test the red and green diodes in there if you get a chance?

thanks :D
 

ossumguywill

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Thanks for the data,

Since the projector has 24 a140 diodes, would the diodes be running at a lower mW to generate the 1.8 W or was this a test of a single diode?

also can you also test the red and green diodes in there if you get a chance?

thanks :D
You should probably do some more reading.... each diode peaks at 1.8W. There are no green diodes, rather the blue hits a phosphor disk to make green, and the red is from an LED.
 

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Im sorry i didn't see that in this thread, thanks for the answer and not just a flame tho :)
 




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