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moai:heater [2018/12/12 07:31]
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moai:heater [2019/07/10 16:07] (current)
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-Installation Guide for Peopoly ​Heat+__**Installation Guide for Peopoly ​Heater**__
  
-Keeping resin temperature over 25C is key to printing well. At the same time, warming up the build plate is common practice among pro users. There are two key advantages of using Moai heater over the low-cost plastic heater. ​+Keeping resin temperature over 25C is key to printing well. At the same time, warming up the build plate is common practice among pro users. There are two key advantages of using the Moai heater over low-cost plastic heater. ​
  
 - Peopoly heater is safer because it runs at 24V with a beefy adapter instead of running straight at 110/220V like the inexpensive ones.  ​ - Peopoly heater is safer because it runs at 24V with a beefy adapter instead of running straight at 110/220V like the inexpensive ones.  ​
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-Here is the official ​heater installation guide:+//​Official ​heater installation guide://
  
  
-The lazy person in a pinch approach:+**The "​In ​a pinch" ​approach:**
  
-  * Unordered List ItemPlace ​the heater behind the left corner of the vat as seen here.  Heat Sink facing the front door.  Run the cable from the front door and up to the top of the printer.+  * Place the heater behind the left corner of the vat as seen here.  Heat Sink facing the front door.  Run the cable from the front door and out of the printer (top or bottom ​of the Door).
  
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-  * Unordered List ItemPower ​on the Heater and move the cable in the middle of the front door and lock it to seal in the heat. Give it a few minutes to warm up the build plate and the resins. ​+  * Plug in the Power supply, then power on the Heater and move the cable in the middle of the front door and lock it to seal in the heat. Give it a few minutes to warm up the build plate and the resins. ​
  
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-The full installation approach:+**The full installation approach:**
  
   * Place the heater behind the left corner of the resin vat.   * Place the heater behind the left corner of the resin vat.
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-  * Run the cables from outside into the drilled hole and connect to the printer+  * Run the cables from outside into the drilled hole and connect to the printer.
  
  
 +**Heater - Power supply Information:​**
  
 +AC/DC Adapter: ​
 +  * Model No: JC2405
 +  * AC Input: 100-240V ~ 
 +    * 50-60HZ 1.5A
 +  * DC Output: 24V = 5A
 +
 +ROHS Certified
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 +For Indoor use only.
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