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    Post Hardware Spare Parts

    Spare Parts List for Rapide Lite 200 things that break and need replacing

    Last Updated January 30, 2015

    Power Supply Replacement - by Joao

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    Features:
    Switch power supply, convert AC 110V/220V to DC 12V .
    Dual input voltage: AC 110V/220V. There is a switch, choose the proper voltage before use.
    Steady and precise output voltage.
    Shortage protection, overload protection(105%~150%), over voltage protection(115%~135%).
    Widely used as the power adapter for Led strip, LED display, billboard, industrial equipment, etc. IN-DOOR USE ONLY!

    Specifications:
    Material: Metal case / aluminum base
    Input voltage: AC 110V / 220V (47~63Hz) by switch
    Input surge: Cold start 25A@115V AC 50A@230V AC
    Output voltage: DC 12V
    Output voltage adjustment range: ±10%
    Output current: 33A
    Output power: 400W
    Working temperature: 40~65 degree Celsius
    Humidity: 20%~90%RH Non-Condensation
    Certification: CE (EMC, LVD)
    Item size: 21.5 * 11.5 * 5cm / 8.5 * 5.5 * 2in
    Item weight: 742g / 1.64lb

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    Fan Replacements
    -- by BodenhamHotspur
    Original Posts -- www.print3dforum.com/showthre...ighlight=broke - post (#3)

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    MULTICOMP MC36291 DC FAN, AXIAL, 45MM, 12VDC, 0.105A / MULTICOMP PDF

    Specifications:
    Bearing Type: Vapo
    External Depth: 10mm
    Fan Frame Size: 45mm
    Flow Rate - Imperial: 9.2cu.ft/min
    Flow Rate - Metric: 0.26m³/min
    Noise Rating: 27dBA
    Power Connection Type: Wire Leaded
    Supply Voltage: 12VDC

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    Power/Reset button Replacement by grobbins

    Original Post -- Print3dForum



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    16mm Anti-Vandal Latching Stainless Steel Push button Switch 1NO NC Raised Button

    EBay Search Results

    Specifications:
    Mounting Cut Hole: 16mm (0.63" or about 5/8 inch)

    
Head Diameter: 18mm
Operation

    Type: Latching/Maintained (Push on, push again off)


    Switch Contact: 1NO (Normally Open) 1NC (Normally Closed)


    Head Shape: Raised Button
Max Switch Rating: 3A/250VAC


    Terminal Type: Pins
Body Material: Stainless Steel (SS is much more resistant to wear and abrasion)

    
Button Material: Stainless Steel
Contact

    Material: Silver Plated Gold
Protection

    Rating: IP67/IK10 (Click Here to see what the rating means)

    
Operation Temperature: -20C - 55C
Panel

    Thickness: 1 - 6mm
Mechanical

    Life: 1,000,000 Cycles

    CE, TUV Certified

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    Last edited by Zoom; 01-31-2015 at 04:30 AM.

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    Whats the purpose of the thread? I dont get it

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    I wanted to compile a list of parts that can be used on the RapideLite / Parts List

    Like Iam looking for a particular micro switch I am not into electronic that much and finding a suitable one on the Web is not that esy there are so many variables for mounting EG find the right Volt/Amp but not correct hole spacing

    So far Ive seen broken power switches broken micro switches broken fans and power supplies

    So I thought it might be a idea to have them in one place That was the idea

    If nobody get involved I can just delete Thread in a couple of days

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    Oh yeah thats cool!

    You can start by adding the new extruder someone mounted, as an alternative.
    Also the power source Joao replaced too

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    I already posted links to replacement and alternative fans somewhere in here, will have to find it and cross link it.

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    I think it's a good idea, we can write the all the part brands, models, numbers and specifications, it'll like a wiki.

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    Here is the post (#3) from BodenhamHotspur about the replacement fan

    http://www.print3dforum.com/showthre...ighlight=broke

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    Zoom mate you need to improve your copypaste skills!

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    Can only get better hopefully
    got 2 go will tidy it up tomorrow
    Last edited by Zoom; 01-30-2015 at 06:43 AM.

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    what about the step motors ?

 

 

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