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    Well, tested and works... but I connected it to...

    Well, tested and works... but
    I connected it to an UNO at 5V and with filament inside sends signal between 4,80v and 4,20v depending on the filament, being 4,20 a translucent grey.
    I also tested...
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    YES!!! when I brought the printer home I found a...

    YES!!! when I brought the printer home I found a part on the floor and kept it apart. Now I have seen this picture in reprap, I realised it belonged to the CON.

    So, for what I have seen, CON, U1...
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    well well well, after a session of backlight on...

    well well well, after a session of backlight on the PCB I got a scheme. Red on one side. turquoise on the other.
    By the position the pcb is mounted on the extruder, CON1 and CON2 seem to check if...
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    well, take into account it is a 3d systems...

    well, take into account it is a 3d systems component, so drivers is the last thing I expect to find.

    It is located behind the extruder wheels. t looks like CON1 checks one wheel and CON2 checks...
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    Optical filament runout sensor

    I'm trying to put every original device to work on a converted cube.

    Does anyone have a clue on how to connect and code the original filament runout sensor to work with marlin?
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