Turns out when I use Heater Pin 6 and Pin 7 it works. Not sure why Heater Pin 4 was not co-operating.
@deckingman, that is a much more thorough explanation than I gave. Thumbs up!
Just off the top of my head maybe you could try specifying another motor for you extruder using the M584 E#,# command. That way when the extruder is driven your agitator will also be driven. This is assuming you have a spare stepper driver available.
This will not give you speed control though.
In that case why don't you just used a small DC motor which is wired straight into your power supply?
Is the second screw just an agitator or does it actually have positive pellet movement?
@Veti I've checked and I don't. I type M307 H4 into my Console and it returns 'Heater 4 is disabled'
I'm having some difficulty controlling a RC Servo from my Duet 2 expansion header.
In my config I disable heater pin for with the M307 H4 A-1 C-1 D-1 command.
The servo I'm using is a Hitec HS-322HD. I'm using an external power supply for the servo and I've connected the signal to pin 13 on the expansion header labelled 'Heater 4'.
When I send a M280 P4 I1 S90 command the servo only makes a small movement in a clockwise direction. I can keep sending the command and the servo will only make a small movement every time, it also has no holding power once the move is done the servo can be turned by hand without resistance.
Any help would be appreciated.
@mrehorstdmd unfortunately there might not be any internet at all. The units might end up in remote locations.
@bearer thank you very much for the response. Yes everything will be on the same network.
I’ll start looking around for cameras which can stream locally.
I have a unique challenge where I need to be able to monitor prints using a camera however the system won't be connected to a network which has internet the entire time.
Is this possible?
If so which camera is best suites for it? I've tried using a NEOS smartcam however it needs the internet.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.