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XPro V3 using ATX PSU.

Discussion in 'Controller Boards' started by micky ralte, Sep 30, 2018.

  1. micky ralte

    micky ralte Well-Known
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    Hello,

    Trying to build my first CNC router here. Recently purchase Xpro V3 board and i want to use an ATX PSU. Now my question is, using this ATX PSU, do i lose the Z-probe connection? because, the on/off switch connection using ATX PSU is using the D3 (Z-probe) pin. Anyone, please help me ? Capture.JPG
     
  2. Richard Marklew

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    Bump - I have the same question and it would be great if anyone can help.

    Richard.
     
  3. Peter Van Der Walt

    Peter Van Der Walt OpenBuilds Team
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    Unsure of the answer, but strongly want to advise against using an ATX. The port is more there just to cater for retrofits in existing 12v systems. Running off 12v severely limits acceleration and torque. You will be disappointed, please strongly consider going 24v (ATX is 12v only)
     
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