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INSTALLING PT100 AMPLIFIER BOARD ON UM2?

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Hi

Sorry, it's the new pt100 temperature sensor...'E3D V6 PT100 Total Upgrade Kit' from E3D-online. I am trying to install an e3dv6 hot end on the UM2 clone i'm building, and the um2 mainboard gives me a 'TEMP SENSOR ERROR message when I power it up. The kit comes with an amplifier board which is supposed to be connected to a 'spare analog input pin' on the mainboard. I have no idea how to change the firmware to enable it, although I think I have coneected it to the right pin selected

The um2 clone is an aluminium extrusion version...it has the white mainboard plus ultiLCD

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thanks...the instructions on the wiki above clearly state that you can't just plug it into the mainboard? The connector does fit the TEMP1 pin but I still get the same error message.

Also I can't upload the firmware for UM2 from Cura...but It will upload the UO firmware??

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Ahh. Well aliexpress china clones from the board are know to be unreliable so if you get troubles to upload a firmware...

Also. Any 2.1 board already has pt100 and it doesn't use the pt100 amplifier. E3D amplifier it's for Ultimaker boards 1.5.X or other boards without pt100.

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Yeah pt100 for hotend 1 goes in temp 1. Temp 3 it's for the bed.

It's true that Ultimaker should say to the users that there's a github with all the part numbers and that this numbers can be used to buy any part from a distributor... I wonder why this isn't explained clearly anywhere.

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