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List of Connectors used in the R2

Discussion in 'Projects' started by WheresWaldo, Jan 8, 2018.

  1. WheresWaldo

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    I am trying to figure out each and every connector used in the R2 printer. I think it will be useful for people who want / need to rewire various section or what to add modifications to the printer. The second post will list all the connectors, if anyone else figures out a specific connector type just add a post and I will make sure it is added to post two.
     
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  2. WheresWaldo

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    Mainboard
    EXP1 & EXP2 - 10-pin (2 x 5) IDC connector
    EXT SD - 8-pin (2 x 4) IDC Connector
    Power - Phoenix MSTB 2,5

    Uptown Adapter


    Downtown Adapter


    Pogo Adapter
    On board - AMP TE 5-103634-7
    On harness - AMP TE 104257-7
    Heated Bed (v2)
    On bed - AMP TE 5-103634-7
    On harness - AMP TE 104257-7​
     
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  3. Larry Garrido

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    The pins for the V2 Bed harness connector: AMP TE 1-104479-3 (you will need a crimping tool to install them or you could solder them).

    LINK to where I got them.
    LINK to the plastic connectors.
     
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    I already called out the ones internal to the extruder frame/bracket/mount/whatever in the Dual Extrusion thread if you want to include those (JST connectors). Hopefully I am the only one silly enough to even want to disassemble that hotend carriage :)
     
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  5. Jesster

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    Can you use the original,cut it and make a quick disconnect with a seperate generic connector?
     
  6. WheresWaldo

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    You could in between the two ends. I have a printer like that that has connectors near the extruder that are wire connectors not ones that plug into a board.
     
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