radiorental wrote:I connected a 5V fan, it failed the smoke test (o;
I got wise and connected a 40mm 12V fan. It spins but wont switch off, it will vary speed a little but not much.
RetireeJay wrote:Why would you do that? 12V fans aren't very expensive.
linFox wrote:Hi there.
I feel I've done a similar thing with my fan controller on my brand new Pbot Jr. The fan I was mounting was working perfectly, but I managed to short the fan leads (doh) and now it will only run full speed.
Thing is, to ship that 44c FET from Digikey to Australia costs $34! Ouch.
Would anybody know of an alternate source for these that aren't so pricey? Thanks.
RetireeJay wrote:You can get a MOSFET for much less than $6 from DigiKey (although shipping may make it $6 when all is said and done). I've attached the Printrboard Bill of Materials.
freddy wrote:I want to know if any of these can solve the problem of burning the piece under the pin fan, exactly as shown in this post , thank you very much hope you can help me solve this situation
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