@egon-net no idea what that difference means (if someone can recommend me a good electronics course, please do ), but the following should be good then!?
CM-100N-X7R SR PASSIVES
@egon-net @dc42 thanks! I recon the following should do for a capacitor then? A ceramic one, as electrolytic doesn't even seem available at 100nF, does that matter? There was mention of ESR with use of an electrolytic capacitor / being used in the simulation?
@egon-net thanks for making these graphs, very useful to me! Does the voltage still overshoot to about 16V with 100% PWM, when using a 100nF capacitor?
How about a capacitor somewhere between 100nF and 1µF? I.e. 0.47µF for instance, I figure that might be a nice middle ground for ripple with not too much of an overshoot ?
I've contacted @Egon-Net to score at least one of his boards when he makes the next batch
@dc42 thanks for confirming that again! I'd also like to try that 'simple way' with just the inductor and capacitor for myself. Although I can't find the specific inductor all that conveniently; are the following inductor and capacitor fit for the job? They are 1mH and 1µF, matching the given numbers, but I can't quite judge their other properties.
Interesting, I didn't ran into @Egon-Net his post yet. Thanks for sharing it!
From what I gather in the thread, his board seems more complicated/expensive then necessary for my application, maybe; as indicated by this post: https://forum.duet3d.com/topic/21680/designing-a-pwm-to-analog-mini-board-for-fans/50?_=1620147998783
I'll send @Egon-Net a message regardless for sure
I'd like to connect 12V fans to my Duet 3 Mini 5+ that don’t allow/like PWM control, and feed them a constant voltage (0-12V) based on the PWM duty cycle.
I plan to make a little PCB which sits between the board and fans. Unfortunately I’m not taught in electronics, at all, designing circuits is unknown territory to me. I’ve found this (https://forum.duet3d.com/topic/6227/rc-low-pass-filter-for-blower-fan/9) topic by @wilriker, from which I understand he is trying/tried the same using a Duet 2(?).
His topic includes a schematic, and it seems all I might need is an inductor and capacitor to get this to work? I’m not so sure if the components & values in the schematic are any good for 12V / the Duet 3 Mini 5+ / with my fans
Hope someone can help me out!
PS: my fans have the following specs:
Thanks, I gather hardware-wise things should be compatible?
The controller/display is implemented in Marlin, with that as some context I’m happy to give the software-side a shot. Although I don’t know the complexity of the matter, I’m not experienced with RRF’s codebase (or even C++). Can you give me an indication of the difficulty of this feature and/or pointers where to get started?
I’m looking to rejuvenate an Ultimaker 2, starting by giving it some proper electronics.
I like to keep the front panel (the "UltiController", containing: SD card-reader, oled-screen and encoder) in place. Can this work together with the Duet 3 Mini 5+?
The display is 128x64, which is said to be compatible according the documentation, but I'm not sure about the controller & voltage levels. The schematic of the UltiController can be found here: https://github.com/Ultimaker/Ultimaker2/blob/master/1249_Ulticontroller_Board_(x1)/UltiController rev. 2.1.pdf