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- Order number: VRN-KNV-300
- Supplier: Keenovo
- Width: 12 cm
- Height: 3 cm
- Length: 12 cm
- Weight: 0.4 kg
The silicone heatmats were custom designed by Fermio Labs and made to spec by Keenovo.
All heaters are optimized for our build plates shapes and hole positions. They allow even heating almost all the way to the edges of the build plate.
The power is adjusted to allow running them at 100 % power without risking damage to the build plate instead of the 50% to 80% PWM limit recommended for the heaters listed on the BOM.
The standard DIN466 thumb nuts used in all Voron printers used as spacers (Voron V2.4) or levelling nuts (Voron V0 and V1.8) can be used as guides to align the heater.
For added safety all heaters come with a self resetting bi-metal 150C thermostat. This turns off the heater if temperatures reaches 150 C due to technical failure of your electronics (only meant as a safety feature, not for temperature regulation).
Thermistor used is a NTC 100K thermistor (Beta 25/50 3950K-1%, click herefor the R-T datasheet)
Choose type 11 or 13 in Marlin firmware. Use "NTC 100K beta 3950" in Klipper.
|120||V0||110x110 mm||24V/DC||60W||150° C|
|250||V1/V2||240x240 mm||220V/AC||300W||150° C|
|300||V1/V2||290x290 mm||220V/AC||400W||150° C|
|350||V1/V2||340x340 mm||220V/AC||500W||150° C|
|WEEE-reg. no.:||DE 68334994|
|Version:||VORON0, VORON1, VORON2|
|Release:||v0.0, v0.1, v1.6, v1.8, v2.0, v2.1, v2.2, v2.4|
|Build:||120x120x120mm, 250x250x230mm, 300x300x280mm, 350x350x330mm|
Covers the build plate better then stock size
Easy to install, excellent heating performance
With the cutouts for the bed supports this is super easy to install (I used a silicone roller to apply pressure).
The heating is very even across the bed, all within 5 degrees and there is no need to limit heater power.
Large, for that even heating.
Clearly designed for the voron bed.
The wattage of 400W for the 290x290 pad is in fact perfect for a 300x300 bed. I don't have to worry about heat shock that higher powered beds can cause on Aluminum.