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Wrong info on the Ultimaker Shop

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Heater Cartridge for Ultimaker Original it's listed as

"This part is also included in the Hot End v2 bundle. This product is compatible with the Ultimaker Original and the Ultimaker Original+."

The specs "Heater Cartridge 18V 40WDelivery: 5-10 working days."

Ultimaker Original + uses 24v Heater Cartridge from Ultimaker 2

But the Heater Cartridge for UM2 says "ONLY compatible with the Ultimaker 2." and the specs are "24V 25W"

As far as I know, that info it's wrong. Correct me if I'm. Cheerss

 

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The UMO+ does not use the heater from the UM2. Those are really different.

But it is using a 24V 40W heater instead of a 18V 40W heater. (we haven't had issues with the 18V heaters on 24V. But it's not exactly running in spec then)

 

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ôo ok.. I though that .. Mostly after reading a post you did loong ago?

If I can quote you...

http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/7466-ultimaker-origional-and-dual-extruders/&do=findComment&comment=69752

 

Details on why the UMO+ and Dual kit won't work:

* Dual kit does not contain an extra PT100 for temperature measuements (UMO used a thermocouple)

* Dual kit contains a 19V 40W heater, while the UMO+ uses 24V

 

That for me, and sorry if I didn't got it right, means that the heater that it's for the UMO "won't" work on UMO+... But if that's not correct... Then I have wasted 34€ on a 24v heater...

 

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