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Thread: JDS uniphase 2111P-20sl PSU jumpers

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    Default JDS uniphase 2111P-20sl PSU jumpers

    Hi Folks,
    while trying to sort out my Spectra argon Ion ( see Tick... Tick.... Tick... posting) , I bought in a couple of JDS Uniphase PSU's (2111P gold and 2111B black) and a 2211-20SLE head. as they are newer, I think that I might give them some attention.

    so first off can anyone tell me which pins of the remote socket I have to jump in order to get these PSU's to function.
    best regards.
    Argon-ion

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    Hav you tried SAM'S Laser FAQ? I'm not responsible for the uniphase section, but I think the majority of possible pinouts are there.

    Steve

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    Minimum is pin 1 to 3, pin 2 to 13, and I believe 13 to 7 (EDIT: Thought I would clear this up. YES You will have two wires coming from pin 13). Pin 13 is a voltage source, voltage to pin 7 enables light mode, 1 and 3 are the interlock. and voltage to pin 2 allows discharge, if I'm remembering everything correctly.

    Give that a try, it's from memory so if it doesn't work I'll dig out my manual
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    Cheers Gooey,
    you are a hero, I can now get these new toys powered up.
    It's sunday morning here, and it's either paint the house or play with lasers, I guess the house can wait another year ! why can't life always be that easy !
    cheers again . Argon-ion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by argon-ion View Post
    ... it's either...
    Man, You're single.

    Piotr.K

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    Just the opposite,
    The more I get nagged by the wife & kids , the more I need to escape.
    and painting houses is not my idea of fun.

    regards Argon-Ion

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    Do these help?
    (See attached)

    Dan
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Cyonics 2201 Argon Manual.pdf  

    JDSU 2010 Operation Manual.pdf  


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    Yup the second manual is the right one

    So I was just a tiny bit off, minimum to run is pin 1 to 3, and 2 to 13. That will allow it to idle. if you want to control the power you need another wire from 13 to 7 with a pot in between. If you Just run a wire from 13 to 7 it will probably run full current.

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    Look here

    http://www.repairfaq.org/sam/laserasc.htm#asccu1r

    click on "CU-2214 Remote Wiring and Control Panel"

    Peace,
    dave

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    Default Round 37-pins socket

    Hi laserguys!
    I faced with round 37-pins remote control socket on my 2111 power suppy for 2211 laser.
    I can't find pins description everywhere. May somebody here help me?
    Thanks.

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