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Last month (Feb 2019) I purchased a refurbished MP Select Mini V1 3D Printer for $89 USD (with free shipping). The flash price quickly ended, sold out. After the unboxing I found that mine was new (not refurbished). But I had to replace the extruder's cooling fan because it was too noisy. Monoprice did not respond to my email request for a replacement part. Fortunately I had a 12VDC 30mm fan that fit, so problem solved. I quickly discovered that WiFi connections were unreliable. For the record, it works fine when the printer is close to the router in my living room closet. But
Hi there, I recently bought a 2.4GHz booster (amplifier) for my Flysky FS-T6 which has one antenna. Looking now at the newer Flysky transmitters like the Flysky FS-T6 & Flysky FS-T6S I notice they have two antennas. Will a single booster work with a dual antenna transmitter? Can I attach it to just one antenna, leaving the other un-amplified? Booster (amplifier) link: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/321483168025?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT If not, will this also work as a second booster? http://www.ebay.ca/itm/20MHz-2-4GHz-Low-N
Hello, I'm new here, so 'hello' I'm not an R/C person, but I may have a use for an an el cheapo 27MHz set-up. I want to make a link, over only about 50 feet, but it has to be wireless. I have considered an optical link, but at the moment I'm still at the stage where questions are being asked. I will attempt to make this as coherent as I can: The receiver is not a normal R/C receiver; it's a quite different electronic device which I need to turn ON on demand ( so a timer /PIC is not much help here ). The device has to be battery-powered and the battery will be (hopefully ) kept cha