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Ian A-S

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[title|Thermocouple daughter board]
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+[summary]Overview of the Duet 3D Thermocouple daughter board.[/summary]
== Overview of temperature daughter boards ==
-The Duet 2 3d printer controllers support one or more temperature daughter boards which provide expanded temperature sensor connectivity using Maximum integrated ICs. These daughter boards connect to the Duet digitally over SPI.
+The Duet range of machine controllers support one or more temperature daughter boards which provide expanded temperature sensor connectivity using Maximum integrated ICs. These daughter boards connect to the Duet digitally over SPI.
=== Number of temperature daughter boards supported ===
-The Duet 2 WiFi and Duet 2 Ethernet support up to two temperature daughter boards stacked, with a further two stacked on the Duex2 or 5. This provides a total of 8 digital temperature inputs to 8 . PT100 or Thermocouple daughter boards can be mixed and matched.
+The '''Duet 3 6HC''' and '''3HC''' each support up to two temperature daughter boards stacked. PT100 and Thermocouple daughter boards can be mixed and matched. The Duet 3 Toolboard 1LC does not support a temperature daughter board.
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+The '''Duet 2 WiFi''' and '''Duet 2 Ethernet''' support up to two temperature daughter boards stacked, with a further two stacked on the Duex2 or 5. This provides a total of 8 digital temperature inputs. PT100 and Thermocouple daughter boards can be mixed and matched.
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-The Duet 2 Maestro supports 1 temperature daughter board for two SPI temperature input channels. On the Maestro either a Thermocouple or PT100 daughter board can be connected, but not both.
+The '''Duet 2 Maestro''' supports 1 temperature daughter board for two SPI temperature input channels. On the Maestro either a Thermocouple or PT100 daughter board can be connected, but not both.
== Thermocouple Support ==
== Configuration ==
-For setting up the Duet 2 to use thermocouple sensors see: [[Connecting thermocouples]]
+For setting up Duet controllers to use thermocouple sensors see: [[Connecting thermocouples]]
== MAX31856 sensor IC details ==
== Other Temperature sensors ==
-The Duet 2 Wifi, Ethernet and Maestro support various other temperature sensors.
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-See:
+The Duet range of machine controllers support various other temperature sensors. See:
* [[Temperature_sensors|A comparison of temperature sensors]]

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