Thanks for this post. So, since the MT-G2 can deliver around 2,000 lumens at around 18 Watts, it should be able to put out approximately twice as manyRosoku Chikara Today, 01:14 AM
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I will no guarantee no damage, but in most cases, you could run a reverse voltage, starting very low .... as in 0, and slowly ramping it up and watchingSemiMan Today, 12:38 AM
I don't waste my time with experimenting with real emitters. I can simulate all the work you have tried .... do it in an afternoon, and have far moreSemiMan Today, 12:33 AM
It's quite a shame to hear this, and it is somewhat true, but in my experience doing some sub-/low- lumen output/runtime testing, I have found that thereppans Today, 12:02 AM