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Thread: Lasever LSR-PS-I diode driver

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    Default Lasever LSR-PS-I diode driver

    If anyone has a copy of the instruction sheet for the Lasever LSR-PS-I, any chance they could email a copy to me at simonmls<at>hotmail<dot>com please?

    I need to get this laser working by Friday, and David at Lasever must be busy at the mo...

    It's the newer LSR-PS-I (SMD) version with 4 trim pots, not the older one with traditional components and 3 pots, from... say, a couple of years ago.

    Many thanks

    Pit.
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    I don't received any insctruction sheet with my Lasever... So I am interested to have it too (the function of each pot for example).

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    I have a three pot style drawing , sorry.
    It does have SMD parts tho..
    I assumed it was the new version as MechEng sent it down
    for repair.
    I didnt like it.
    If you must have it..PM me.
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    The six wires are for: red for LD+, black for LD-, yellow for TEC+, blown for TEC-, green and blue for thermistor.

    With this info you can find out which pot does what. I do know that the two pots near the end of the board are LD current and limit. The others must be for the Tec control.
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    here you go!

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    Great stuff, thanks guys

    Pit.
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    Very useful, thanks all

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    Thank You,

    I needed this too !!!!! I don't know about you guys, but every time I order something from a Chinese manufacturer I never get any technical info. Correction, I got one instruction set (although it was in Chinese). On the plus side, I am getting really good at google'n stuff.

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