Pro C MK3 Hedbed heating Slow

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handyfreax
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Pro C MK3 Hedbed heating Slow

Post by handyfreax » Thu Feb 25, 2016 5:27 am

Hello,
have an Prusia i3 Pro C Dual Extruder with an MK3 hedbed updatet are the Heating from bed ist very slow.
The board is an GT2560 any have an idea?

Sherry
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Re: Pro C MK3 Hedbed heating Slow

Post by Sherry » Thu Feb 25, 2016 5:16 pm

handyfreax wrote:Hello,
have an Prusia i3 Pro C Dual Extruder with an MK3 hedbed updatet are the Heating from bed ist very slow.
The board is an GT2560 any have an idea?
hi, pelase tell me the specification of the MK3.

handyfreax
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Re: Pro C MK3 Hedbed heating Slow

Post by handyfreax » Thu Feb 25, 2016 10:05 pm


Mark
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Re: Pro C MK3 Hedbed heating Slow

Post by Mark » Fri Feb 26, 2016 5:55 pm

the heatbed for the I3 pro C is 96W, yours is 115-144, maybe too high for the PSU...and is your heatbed resistance too big?

handyfreax
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Re: Pro C MK3 Hedbed heating Slow

Post by handyfreax » Sun Mar 06, 2016 10:08 pm

i have the standard resistance from the Original hedbed.
what an resistance is god?

Mark
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Re: Pro C MK3 Hedbed heating Slow

Post by Mark » Mon Mar 07, 2016 8:28 pm

according to Ohm's law, P=I*U=U*U/R, then you can konw the theoretical resistance. I too high or too low will affect the temperatures.
Also you can find a more powerful PSU to verify whether the power is enough or not.

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