We use part # MCCQ-122. It's listed by Newark in the US as their part # 08N2503 and by Farnell in the UK under order code 1586595. There should be many similar suitable alternative available as well - just search for Mini Blade Fuse Holder.
@Phaedrux Thank you for the link.. helpfull
@Veti yes it seems so as me.
Your bfptouch looks interesting, if you have no functional printer.. no possible to print one.
I ordered an origin BLTouch... and maybe next weeks I see more.
I hope the V 3.0 is much more stable.
Unless you have remapped axes using M584, driver 1 is the Y axis driver. Is the Y axis moving normally? Is the error message triggered by particular movements, for example rapid Y axis movement?
Please send command M569 P1 and report the response.
Duet WiFi rev 1.02 and later can use just the ribbon cable to connect PanelDue. Earlier versions need the 4-core cable. The order of the pins on the 4-core cable is exactly reversed from one end to the other.
@peppino12 I think that probe could work. You would need to use probe type P4 or P5 depending on how you connected it.
To ground a shielded cable that has no drain wire, strip the outer casing of the cable, and then carefully unravel the shield that is exposed. Bundle this into a wire and put a crimp terminal on. You can now attach the shield to a ground point.
Only do this on one end!
There's no interface on the Duet that could accept a camera input. The way it works now, the DWC just passes through the stream from a web camera into the browser window. The Duet itself doesn't really receive anything from the camera.