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Two videos to show the driver above working: In order to be able to post messages on the The Planted Tank Forum forums, you must first register. Just to clarify, you’re talking about recovery time from conductance to non-conductance in a standard p-n junction diode potentially causing an issue using PWM? This text file contains information about your preferences, such as language settings, which will be recognised by this website during your next visit. Originally Posted by galleon Ahh, looks like each output requires a forward-biased 1 amp diode to make it work. Originally Posted by theatrus It’ll still potentially mess with the compensation loop of each driver and you might end up with some hunting or flicker – it could be too high speed to see.

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Was basing my comment on the LDDs running in parallel based on this post and nearby thread context: If you’re seeing this message, you haven’t met them yet. Originally Posted by galleon I’m interested in why you think so. Use of this web site is subject to the terms and conditions described in the user agreement. Dimmablee Posted by galleon.

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Originally Posted by perkint I don’t know enough about electronics to know the reasons, but parallelling the LDDs apparently maxes out at about 1. Ahh, looks like each output requires a forward-biased 1 amp diode to make it work. Originally Posted by galleon Just to clarify, you’re talking about recovery meanwwell from conductance to non-conductance in a standard p-n junction diode potentially causing an issue using PWM?

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Just to clarify, you’re talking about recovery time from conductance to non-conductance in a standard p-n junction diode potentially causing an issue using PWM? Originally Posted by theatrus. You currently have 0 posts.

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For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Two videos to show the driver above working: A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer, tablet or smartphone when you visit our website. Contact View more Contact. Find More Posts by perkint. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. Box Type – Enclosed. I don’t know enough about electronics to know the reasons, but parallelling the LDDs apparently maxes out at about 1.

I’m interested in why you think so. Find More Posts by theatrus. 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 Analytical cookies We use a web analysis program named ‘Google Analytics’, which allows us to optimise the website for your convenience based on anonymous website use data, without consulting any personally identifiable data.

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I believe karimwassef tried the one from Sure Electronics with success. I wired both grounds common, i. Indulge me then in a very primitive thought experiment: 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?

My question is, can I also put the dimmer wires of each driver together in parallel and thus send the identical PWM signal to all 3 drivers? A man with two watches is never sure.