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These cookies have different retention periods. The dim pin is referenced to the common terminal of the LDD, so as long as you don’t touch the LED output pins or the Voltage input you wont hurt anything Note that passwords are case-sensitive.
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Originally Posted by galleon I’m hoping someone who has looked at the LDD output voltage with an oscilloscope can chime in whether there is any significant LF voltage ripple.
I don’t know enough about electronics to know the reasons, but parallelling the LDDs apparently maxes out at about 1. Robin hood country, UK Ldd-000hw Originally Posted by perkint. Technical Notes View more Technical Notes.
Options Quote message in reply? These diodes will be heating as well 0.
Aside from oscilloscope to monitor LF ripple characteristics on the output once the drivers were wired in parallel, would it be enough to watch the amperage on a multimeter to make sure the current didn’t start fluctuating to values higher than the max emitter spec?
Because of the sheer size of our forum, we’ve been forced to limit selling and trading to members who’ve met a couple of criteria. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. The multimeter averages by its nature unless you have one that can peak hold, but that’s usually only to a few kHz.