Heat Bed Mosfet, MACTISICAL 2 Pack 3D Printer Heat Bed Power Module 3D Printer Board Expansion Board MOS Tube High Current Load Module

100% Brand new and Premium Professional Grade MACTISICAL 3D Printer Hot Bed Power Expansion Board .

This module is based on power mosfet and will allow PID control of the heated bed (DC-DC Relays usually do not allow this).

According to the thermal power of the bed, please choose the matching power supply, with sufficient margin. High-Power heated bed is recommended to use 24V power supply,under the same power requirements, the current is smaller than 12V.

Specification
Color: Black, cable length: 6 inch
Net Weight: 75g(approx.)
Size: 2.36″ x 1.97″ x 1.2″ / 60mm x 50mm x 30mm
Mounting Holes: D=3.2MM For M3 Screws.

Notice:
Under the premise of normal cooling, it work stable under I(Max)=25A, the current must not exceed 25A while the process working.

Package Content:
2*Heat bed Power Module with 2 connection cables

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Product Features

  • ★ WELL MADE- New material with superior quality stainless, High-grade Aluminum block for best connectivity and long life.
  • ★ HIGH TRANSMISSION – With this addon module to your 3D printer motherboard you can lead the maximum current up to 25A.
  • ★ MULTIFUNCTION – Completely solve the hot bed power is too large and load current problems,and can well protect the connectors on the controller board from overheating.
  • ★ MEET YOUR NEEDS -Widely used for common 3D printer models,extruder and other open 3D printer motherboards.such as Anet A8, etc.
  • ★ WARNING – For use on some devices (for example,Anet A8),you need to make sure the power supply is set to 110 volts instead of the default 220 volts.If the voltage is too high, the product will get super hot, even charred!! Don’t touch it lightly.

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Heat Bed Power Module, 2-Pack 3D Printer Hot Bed Power Expansion Board/Heatbed Power Module/MOS Tube High Current Load Module with Cables

Heated Bed Power Module Features:
Helps 3D printer equipped with the controller board (capable of max 15A) become more powerful.
With this add-on module to board lead the maximum current up to 25A.
If you intend to use heated bed with your 3D printer that uses a 12V power supply, then this module is recommended, else it may cause excessive current during times which may burn the connectors on the controller board.
This module is based on power MOSFET and will allow PID control of the heated bed (DC-DC Relays usually do not allow this)

Specifications:
Color: Black
Max Current: 25A (Enhance heat dissipation)

Note:
1.This module under the premise of normal cooling, found at I (Max) = 25A stable work situation, the process of using the current not exceed 25A.
2.Please double-confirm the wire you connect is right when installing this MOSFET Board, if you have any issue please contact us firstly, thanks!

Packing Included:
2 x Heated Bed Power Expansion Module (motherboard is not included)
2 x Connection cable for input signal

Product Features

  • This high power module is a general add-on heated bed power expansion module for 3D printer. Effective to resolve the hot bed power is too large and the load current problems. It compatible with Anet A8 and most 3d printers.
  • The heat bed power module can be used in both Chitu motherboard and other open 3D printer motherboards.
  • With this add-on module to your controller board, you can lead the maximum current up to 25A. If you need anything greater or equal to 15A this module is a must!
  • When using heated bed 3D printer for 12V power supply which may cause excessive current during times, with this module, it can well protect the connectors on the controller board from burning.
  • Note: Under the premise of normal cooling, it works stably under I(Max)=25A, the current must NOT exceed 25A while in the work process.

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SIMPZIA Heat Bed Power Module General Add-on Hot Bed Power Module Expansion Board High Current Load Module Mos Tube Hotend Replacement with Cables for 3D Printer – 2 Pack

Heated Bed Power Module Features:
Based on powerful MOSFET HA210NO6
Dimensions: 70 x 45mm/ approx 2.76 x 1.77″
Distance between holes: 62.8 x 37.8mm/ approx 2.47 x 1.49″
Supply/Operating Voltage: 12V-50V (12-24VDC recommended)
Max Current: 25A (Enhance heat dissipation) safe for prolonged times. ensure active cooling of the heatsink.
This module is based on power MOSFET and will allow PID control of the heated bed (DC-DC Relays usually do not allow this)

Package Includes:
1 x Heated Bed Power Module.
1 x Connection cable for input signal
2 x Power cable

Note:
This module under the premise of normal cooling, it work stable under (Max) = 25A, the process of using the current not exceed 25A.

Product Features

  • APPLICATION: This high power module is a general add-on heated bed power expansion module for 3D printer. It can work with the Anet A8.
  • UNIQUE DESIGN: With unique snowflake heatsink design, it has a great cooling effect. The heat bed power module can be used in both Lerdge motherboard and other 3D printer motherboards.
  • 25A MAXIMUM CURRENT: This high power module helps your 3D printer equipped with the Lerdge controller board become even more powerful. The module can solve the current load problem when the heated bed power is too large. With this add-on module to board lead the maximum current up to 25A.
  • GOOD PROTECTION: When using heated bed 3D printer for 12V power supply which may cause excessive current during times, with this module, it can well protect the connectors on the controller board from burning.
  • PACKAGE INCLUDES: 2 x Heated bed power module (motherboard is not included) and 2 x Connection cable for input signal. BONUS: 4 x Power cables.

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