Hey everyone, this is semi-related to electrical engineering and a quick search didn't appear to turn anything up regarding this question specifically so I figured this is an appropriate place to ask this. I've bought this laser diode rated for 1.9 - 2.2 volts for a project I'm working on. I've built a driver circuit that's ended up being a few percent over the maximum voltage. It clocks in at about 2.22 volts according to my free harbor freight multimeter, so I know I'm close to the recommended voltage... probably. How set in stone are those ratings? Am I going to fry this diode if I'm just a few fractions of a volt over the top end? I'd wire it up and find out myself but I spent 20 U.S. dollars on this diode so I would rather have a little patience and get some advice.