Thanks for pointing this out. I have corrected it.
The revision 1 and 2 PCBs have provision for using a Microfit 3.0 connector in place of the terminal block. We do not supply it. The connector is the same as the one already used for the hotend fan and temperature sensor connectors. I think it is this one: https://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/pcb-heade.... The forthcoming revision 3 PCB does not have provision for an alternative header connector.
Send M552 S1 from USB or PanelDue to take the wifi module out of reset. Then you should be able to get the MAC address either by sending M540, or by sending M122 from USB and looking in the WiFi section of the report.
Yes, it’s better to probe with bed and ht end at operating temperature, assuming that the bed surface can tolerate being probed by the hot end at full temperature.
No that won’t harm the circuit.
Yes, please ask on the forum at https://forum.duet3d.com/.
I will add examples soon. Meanwhile, please use the forum at https://forum.duet3d.com/ for support.
You will find that in the Specifications section.
When using constant-current stepper drivers (which are used on all 3D printer controllers), the “rated voltage” of the motor is not relevant, except that it should be much lower than the driver supply voltage. For example, it’s common to power the drivers from 24V when using motors with a rated voltage of 3V or 4V.
It’s possible with RRF 3.2beta, however memory is tight.
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