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HESAI LCD 2004 LCD Display Intelligent Component Controller for 3D Printer Suite
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HESAI LCD 2004 LCD Display Intelligent Component Controller for 3D Printer Suite

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3D Printer Control Display Kit
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Main Features

The intelligent controller includes an SD card reader, rotary encoders and a 20-character × 4 line

LCD display. You can easily connect it to your RAMPS 1.4 board using "smart adapter" included.

This panel connect your RAMPS 1.4, you do not need your computer, your SD card intelligent

controller power supply. All further operations, such as calibration, the axis movement can be done

only with a rotary encoder intelligent controller. 3D design print without a computer, just use the

G code design stored on the SD card.


Package Size ( L x W x H )
25.00 x 22.00 x 5.00 cm / 9.84 x 8.66 x 1.97 inches
Package Weights
0.1800 kg
Packing Contents
Package Contents: 1 x 2004 LCD Display Module, 1 x Smart Adapter, 2 x Connecting Cable
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    fonctionne tres bien merci !!! arriver dans les temps super bonne callite pour le prix merci !!!

    Aug 15,2019

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