3D Printer Motherboard Kit Mks Base V1.6+Mks Tft28 Color Contact Screen Meg F2S8 For Sale
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3D Printer Motherboard Kit Mks Base V1.6+Mks Tft28 Color Contact Screen Meg F2S8:
3D Printer Motherboard Kit Mks Base V1.6+Mks Tft28 Color Contact Screen Meg F2S8
Combine all the functions on one board.The circuit board adopts high-quality 2-layer board and is specially designed for heat dissipation.using a dedicated power chip, support 12V-24V power input.the firmware can use the open source firmware Marlin, the configuration is exactly the same as ramps1 4, can directly replace Ramps1.4o.
using 4982 as the motor drive, and 4988 performance is equivalent, but with SOP package, the heat dissipation effect is better.using high-quality MOSFET tube, the heat dissipation effect is better.can accept 24V input, the same system power can reduce the hot bed current to 1/4, effectively solve the hot bed MOS tube heating problem.
can be directly connected to Ramps1.4, 2004LCD control panel and 12864LCD control panel.MKS-BASE is for the problems of Ramps1.4, Megatronics V2.0 and other open source motherboards, especially optimized for the development of a product, especially suitable for mass production of 3D printer manufacturers as the main control board.
Can be directly connected to 2004LCD or 12864LCD (remove the L-type adapter board), because the 2004LCD and 12864LCD open source design only regulates the PIN port of EXP1 and EXP2, there is no specific specification for the horn insertion direction, so some of the non-Makerbase 2004LCD and The 12864LCD may have inconsistent data line bayonet orientations and need to be reversed for use.
Special attention should be paid to the product: please ensure that the positive and negative terminals are connected correctly before powering on.
Please do not plug or unplug the motor and drive when the power is on, it is easy to cause the drive to burn out; do not adjust the current during the running of the motor.
The correct way is to disconnect the power supply, unplug the motor, re-power it, adjust the potentiometer, and measure the voltage on the potentiometer unt