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    Default Edisons quad module

    Hi,
    I bought one of edisons quad stacking modules and what should I say, I am hooked.
    I used lp826 with it an get a power of 1,1W out of the module. Its extremly kompakt, easy to build up and looks great.
    With the 4 ch. driver from Badpip the module is complete
    Thanks for all
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    Looks great, nice work

    Are you running the driver @5V? If so, that heatsink might be a little overkill

    /Thomas

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    Hi,
    thanks
    yeah, I am running the driver @5V...better to much then to less cooling

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    Quote Originally Posted by matratzki View Post
    better to much then to less cooling
    LOL - Can't argue with that

    /Thomas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badpip View Post
    LOL - Can't argue with that /Thomas
    Of course U can T... itīs just a question of PRACTICE !....LOLClick image for larger version. 

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    Cheers

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    Very much looking forward for my red to arrive! I got one for blue last week and one for red coming in the mail. The quality of these things looks excellent.

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    Awesome quad kit Johan, beam is smaller than my 445nm LOL so its perfect, and easy for a complete newbie like myself to do. Was the perfect addition to my first laser projector. THANKS


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    Looking great matthias! 1.1 watt not bad at all! :-)

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    Are all of the beams polarized in 1 direction?

    If so, can two of these kits be used to build an 8-way LPC826 for 2W of red? Or even an insane amount of blue...

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    Yes that is exactly the idea here.
    Quote Originally Posted by Stoney3K View Post
    Are all of the beams polarized in 1 direction?

    If so, can two of these kits be used to build an 8-way LPC826 for 2W of red? Or even an insane amount of blue...

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