Ramps 1.5????

New Home Forum Updates Ramps 1.5????

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  • #38296

    Ryan
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    This is a new one, came with my most rect order to try out I guess. Biggest question, soldered on single use fuses or are they resettable somehow?

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    #38312

    Jeffeb3
    Participant

    Looks sharp. If they are soldered on, I’m sure they are resettable.

    #38325

    Barry
    Participant

    They look like standard smd fuses, non-resettable.

    #38424

    Bill
    Participant

    They also look to me like a popped fuse means a solder job. 🙁

    Othwise pretty sweet!

    #38425

    Kevin Lopez
    Participant

    I like the look of the 1.5. Matches the arduino blue pcb. What are the main differences? Are the fuses the only change?

    #38429

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    With the mosfets dumping heat into the pcb it has a slightly higher power rating, but usually the problem is actually the green plug and it is the same. They fixed the wrong issue.

    #38441

    Jeffeb3
    Participant

    But the MOSFETs won’t short. I have two friends that have shorted those.

    #38901

    geodave
    Participant

    Is this that same board? I do like the way that it does not have so much vertical height.
    RAMPS 1.5 CONTROLLER for 3D PRINTER
    $6.99 seems like a really inexpensive price for this.

    #38915

    Jeffeb3
    Participant

    Is this that same board? I do like the way that it does not have so much vertical height.
    RAMPS 1.5 CONTROLLER for 3D PRINTER
    $6.99 seems like a really inexpensive price for this.

    They make pretty cheap coffee too.

    #38919

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    I got a reply email from the company that sent it. I said what are the fuses rated at, the reply “they are really herd to blow”. I wont be buying any.

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