Hello everyone. We to the first work here from crealty.
I had a quick question with switching boards. I have a cr-10 and I’ve recently had issues with us and decided to upgrade to a new board. I bought the duet WiFi 2 and I’m in LOVE with it. I’ve been taking installation very slow because I want to study more while I learn. The assembly just like with the CR-10. I’ve gotten my duet connected via usb and through the IP. As for the next step with shelling out my CR-10 I wanted to know if I should keep the mosfet connected? It may be a noob question but I’d rather ask than to burn my new baby up already. The mosfet is connected to my 12V PSU, should I rehouse them all together? Is a MOSFET needed for the duet WiFi 2? I recently notice an error message “under voltage 9.5”, but just recently found out I had a 24v heating block in my hotend. I recently ordered a new PSU same 12V and a 12V set of heating blocks with thermistors. So does my PSU need to be replaced? Or is it this danggonn 24v heating block. I still kick myself for not paying attention to what I ordered. I have so many other questions to ask as well, I guess I just post when they come to mind. Thank you everyone. I appreciate your help.
Veti last edited by
what is the power of the psu?
what is the resistance of the bed?
@Veti My psu is 12V, I'm not sure if this is the resistance but the poles on my psu read at 12.01. . . can you explain how to measure the resistance? i have a multimeter I just don't know hot to apply it to measure the resistance. I am more of a visual learner .. I feel quite dumb right now, but i guess its all things I have to learn.
Veti last edited by
My psu is 12V, I'
thats the voltage not the power.
How many watts does the psu have.
for the multimeter. set it to Ω ohm.
disconnect the bed and put one of the multimeter ends on each wire.
@Veti 360Watts. I have to get some wire ferrules in a bit to get a good reading on my wires from the bed. I had a plastic one sent to me instead of an actual one. .