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Thread: Plug for Robins Die4drivepro diode driver

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    Default Plug for Robins Die4drivepro diode driver

    Hey, I just thought I would put in a plug for Robin's driver.. Earlier versions of this have been running a few Nichia 500mw and 1w didoes in our projectors for a few years now ( yes, and we paid thru the nose for the diodes back then )..

    Anyway, see the attached picture, max current 2A, full mod input protection, internal power supply to step down from 12V, meaning your psu doesn't need to be squeaky clean, and start up delay as well.

    Robin goes by the name UK laser here, or contact him at www.die4laser.com

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    Is Robin a guy or a girl? either way, Die4laser was one of my favorite sites to peruse, and was my entry into the laser world. So, I guess this is a plug for Robin. Well, more of a thanks

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    Eat Sleep Lase Repeat


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    Well, Mr. Robin, thank you for the great macros and the toot oriole at die4lasers. Some day, when I overcome my shakey hands....

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_con View Post
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    Lasers and beer don't mix. After 2 beers I lose coherence.

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    Is / will there be a schematic available for the pro driver ?

    Maybe a neat feature to add to the die4drive pro plus:
    A differential input stage !

    There are countless diode-drivers on the market, all more or less intended for use in projectors. Most of them lack a diff input stage to match a diff output stage.

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    Looking at the board. I'm guessing that the pro is identical to the normal die4drive, with a DC-DC converter attached ... (just guessing)

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    Yeah, and a hell of a lot of protection on the mod input, and a delay start..
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    Default drivers

    My favorite is the team wavelenght FL591. MHZ bandwidth, all kinds of protection.

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