Fiber Laser Power Supply Testing feat. Kaiweets KM601 Multimeter

Learn how to test your galvo lasers power supply units with a multimeter!
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0:00 – Intro
1:00 – Disclaimer
1:29 – Your Multimeter
1:57 – Kaiweets KM601 Unboxing
2:41 – Kaiweets KM601 Review
4:05 – Continuity Test
5:05 – Voltage Test
5:54 – Non Contact Voltage Detector
7:02 – Fiber Laser Component Basics
10:17 – Continuity and Ground Basics
11:09 – Testing Ground
13:12 – Power Supply Basics
14:35 – Testing Power Supply Voltages
18:29 – Final Thoughts
19:10 – Outro – Supporting the Channel

Hey everyone!

If you’ve ever opened up your galvo laser case you know how overwhelming the internal components can feel. Today we’re going to break it all down for you and show you how to root out issues with your power supplies. Power supply issues affect a LOT of users and are usually one of the first components to die in galvo laser setups. Grab your multimeter and get ready to learn as we dive into what’s hiding inside your fiber laser case!

WARNING: Do your own research before purchasing your machine. I have done extensive research before making my purchases and spoken at length with the manufacturers before placing my order to be absolutely sure what I was getting could be imported, would work with my electrical setup and performed the tasks I wanted to perform.

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