Fan seems to be Red = +5VFor the spec sheet challenged, what colors to those correspond to on a 3-wire (red, blue, black) fan and a Tower Pro MG90S servo (yellow, orange, brown)?
I'll soon be working on a version with an integrated keystone into the design to be printed, much like the original adapt-a-damper.I wouldn't mid updating to the new adapt-a-damper at some stage, but I can't find the screw-on l-com style keystones here in NZ, and hate to think how much shipping one to NZ would be.
I'll soon be working on a version with an integrated keystone into the design to be printed, much like the original adapt-a-damper.
Pretty simple design change. I'll see what I can do.Feature request - create a slot above the wire feeding holes to allow the parts to be constructed and tested outside the housing where it's much easier. The slot wouldn't have to be very wide, even 1/8th of an inch would be well more than enough, just enough to feed the wires down.
First off: Thanks to Bryan for bringing the HeaterMeter to the masses, and thanks to WBegg for the AaD and the improvements shared through the years! I'm coming kinda late to the party, but am definitely benefitting from the evolutionary improvements of these gizmos over time!Yeah there are a lot of different parts there for different configurations and components. You need 1x BottomCase, 1x TopCase, 1x BottomCaseBox, 1xDisc/TopDisc, 1x Adapter. I think the two Threaded count as the topcase and bottomcase, then you just need the disc and the bottomcasebox and adapter. MG90s does refer to the servo that it is designed to fit so that must be used. The SG90 has slightly different dimensions. The SG92R and HXT900 9g servos also have different dimensions so be aware of that if you're looking at servos. I've only used the non-threaded versions though so I am only speaking from that experience.
Short answer though, I think just drop TopDamper and add TopDisc_2Hole and an adapter, and get an MG90S servo.
I returned the above servos and bought these, which worked perfectly: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09G9YLKY3/?tag=tvwb-20I bought these servos: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09MK8VJNG/?tag=tvwb-20 (Note the "Tower Pro" branding)
I printed "TopCase_MG90S_Threaded.stl"
I assume my problem is that these are counterfeit servos? Is it possible they are another kind of servo with the wrong sticker (i.e. SG90; I could reprint the case to make it work)?