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    Default MGL-H-532 pinout?

    I was trying to re-case my MGL-H-532 power supply into a more compact case, and in the process lost track of where all the wires go.
    Does anyone have the pinout for the laser head? I have the one with the 12-pin round connector.

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    Hi,

    Can you post Pics of the PSU board for identification ?
    If it's the same like this: http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...nm-DPSS-CNI-LC
    ...i can tell you all pinouts.

    Cheers.

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    I've got one of these with a dissected PSU/driver. I should be able to get you some helpful photos in the next couple of days.

    Please PM to remind me if you still need the info and haven't heard from me in a couple of days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ams09 View Post
    Hi,

    Can you post Pics of the PSU board for identification ?
    If it's the same like this: http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...nm-DPSS-CNI-LC
    ...i can tell you all pinouts.

    Cheers.
    Can I get a shot of the row of green terminal blocks? I don't exactly have that PSU, but its similar inside (I have the AC-input one).

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    Hi,

    Green terminal blocks are marked on PCB ( CT-TEC/LD-TEC and +12V/GND x3)
    For cylindrical connector:
    1- +LD ( two wires )
    2- +FAN
    3- -LD ( two wires )
    4- -FAN
    5- -TEC LD
    6- CTN Crystal pin1
    7- CTN Crystal pin2
    8- +TEC Crystal
    9- +TEC LD
    10- CTN LD pin1
    11- CTN LD pin2
    12- -TEC Crystal


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    Are the multiple +12V connectors all electrically connected? I can't seem to get mine to turn on.
    Which terminal block does the DC input go into?

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    Post pics of your unit...

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    thank's, I've just had this really helped

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    hi guys!
    I have such a module, recently I've lost my modulation, and now it is work by a TTL modulation - on and off .
    Do can anyone help or suggest what make

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