For the moment i am stuck to compile, there is a SD.h to include, but here is a problem to find the correct file to compile without error. Is there somebody to help, where to find the correct SD.h File? Would be very nice to get a helping answer.
Response from JasonKits | April 25, 2023
Please send me a pm so as i can assit you and solve all your issues !
Radio board comes pre programmed and all you need to do is to connect via wifi and configure the stations
In my dismay I didn't write down the exact numbers but I get square waves until I get the frequency high enough then I see a sine wave. Documentation doesn't say much at all.
Response from JasonKits | Sept. 17, 2021
The si5351 is a programmable oscillator which produces a square wave on all three channels. If a sine wave output is required one can use an L/C/R filter to smooth the output and cut down any harmonic. With a Suitable L/C filter the output is very stable .
The PCB seems to have missing components, at least an amazing amount of blank component pads. No mounting holes in the PCB! The schematic in the manual seems to differ from the received PCB. As it is, this product causes more trouble instead of solving an issue. I'm dissapointed.
Response from JasonKits | Sept. 14, 2020
I am sorry that you feel disappointed. The board is supplied as a basic hot end controller. it has extra features which are not yet supported. Mainly
Accepts 2 mote sensors reset switch buzzer control fan control Thermocouple support -
If you wish these features just drop me an email and I will be happy to supply you with a board with such features after I implement them in software.
I bought this a while back and just now getting around to trying it out. Instructions needs to be improved, especially when using with the supplied LCD board. The main gripe is the path for the filament, it is too small. I barely got a 1.5mm rod through the guide. When you pay a good price for this, the product should be tested before sent to the customer. Yes, they give you the stl file, so be prepared to modify and reprint the filament guide piece. Also when buying the kit with the LCD board, there should be a header that would connect the sensor to the LCD board (with a voltage regulator for the 5V sensor).
Response from JasonKits | Nov. 11, 2018
Thanks for your feedback.
I always check the 3d printed part - if you need a replacement just let me know .
i have added the option to select the 3d part now .
1st board failed immediately. Absolutely followed the included instructions exactly (very easy to hook up). The LCD lite up and started the count down, then a puff of smoke and it died .Contacted Jason on July 20th who said he would replace after testing his on hand stock for two days. It is now 8/16/2018. The replacement Jason claims he sent out has still not arrived. I will give a complete review after I receive and test the replacement
Response from JasonKits | July 21, 2019
Replacement board was sent and worked as it should. Daniel Update your review!