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steinharthart [2017/01/25 18:36]
arthur
steinharthart [2017/12/07 12:34]
178.202.190.149 correct misspelling
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 This can be done by adding this to the configuration : This can be done by adding this to the configuration :
  
-[[code]]+<code>
 temperature_control.hotend.rt_curve ​         20.0,​126800,​150,​1360,​240,​206.5 temperature_control.hotend.rt_curve ​         20.0,​126800,​150,​1360,​240,​206.5
-[[/code]]+</code>
  
 Where the 6 numbers are temperature/​resistance pairs for three sets of readings. ​ Where the 6 numbers are temperature/​resistance pairs for three sets of readings. ​
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 At a command prompt (or in [[pronterface]] prefix with @) type :  At a command prompt (or in [[pronterface]] prefix with @) type : 
  
-[[code]]+<code>
 calc_thermistor 25,​100000.0,​150,​1655.0,​240,​269.0 calc_thermistor 25,​100000.0,​150,​1655.0,​240,​269.0
-[[/code]]+</code>
  
 When you issue this command you get an answer like : When you issue this command you get an answer like :
  
-[[code]]+<code>
 Steinhart Hart coefficients: ​ I0.000722376862540841 J0.000216302098124288 K0.000000092640163984 Steinhart Hart coefficients: ​ I0.000722376862540841 J0.000216302098124288 K0.000000092640163984
   Paste the above in the M305 S0 command, then save with M500   Paste the above in the M305 S0 command, then save with M500
-[[/code]]+</code>
  
 So either issue the command... So either issue the command...
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 Or enter them in the config :  Or enter them in the config : 
  
-[[code]]+<code>
 temperature_control.hotend.coefficients 0.000722376862540841,​0.000216302098124288,​0.000000092640163984 temperature_control.hotend.coefficients 0.000722376862540841,​0.000216302098124288,​0.000000092640163984
-[[/code]]+</code>
  
-Another ​alrternative ​is to issue the command:+Another ​alternative ​is to issue the command:
  
-[[code]]+<code>
 calc_thermistor -s0 25,​100000.0,​150,​1655.0,​240,​269.0 calc_thermistor -s0 25,​100000.0,​150,​1655.0,​240,​269.0
-[[/code]]+</code>
  
 This will set the specified thermistor (0 is hotend) to the calculated values, this can then be saved with <​kbd>​M500</​kbd>​. This will set the specified thermistor (0 is hotend) to the calculated values, this can then be saved with <​kbd>​M500</​kbd>​.
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 You can force smoothie to continue to use the old beta settings for all predefined thermistors by setting :  You can force smoothie to continue to use the old beta settings for all predefined thermistors by setting : 
  
-[[code]]+<code>
 temperature_control.hotend.use_beta_table ​ true    # force predefined thermistotres to use the old beta values temperature_control.hotend.use_beta_table ​ true    # force predefined thermistotres to use the old beta values
-[[/code]]+</code>