BIGTREETECH SKR V1.4 TURBO - 3D printer mainboard
BIGTREETECH SKR V1.4 TURBO - 3D printer mainboard
BIGTREETECH SKR V1.4 TURBO - 3D printer mainboard
BIGTREETECH SKR V1.4 TURBO - 3D printer mainboard

SKR v1.4 TURBO - 3D printer motherboard

5901414654931
5901414654931
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SKR V1.4 TURBO - 3D printer motherboard. TURBO version of the board is based on 32-bit ARM class processor: Cortex-M3 with a frequency 120MHz. Works under an open source license - Smoothieware or Marlin 2.0. Unlike the SKR V1.3 controller, this version supports printers with a double Z axis, 3 fan interfaces, Neopixel LEDs, BLTouch sensor and is expandable with a WiF, I2C, SPI module.

The motherboard has a dedicated power supply system supporting 12-24V (using 24V power we reduce the heating time of the table by up to 1/4, with the same power consumption).

Specification:

  • Microprocessor: ARM Cortex-M3 MLC1769 processor
  • Input voltage: DC12V-DC24V 5A-15A
  • Supported stepsticks:
    • TMC 5161
    • TMC 5160
    • TMC 2209
    • TMC 2225
    • TMC 2208
    • TMC 2130
    • ST 820
    • LV 8729
    • DRV 8825
    • A 4988
  • ESP-01S WiFi module supported
  • Z axis double drive supported
  • Supported Neopixel RGB tapes
  • Supported displays: 2.4 "/ 2.8" / 3.5 "TFT, LCD2004, LCD12864
  • File format: G-Code
  • 3 fan interfaces
  • Motor drive interface: X, Y, 2xZ, E0, E1, five channels (each channel has an expandable interface up to 256 maximum).
  • Supported machine architecture: XYZ, Delta, Kossel, Ultimaker, CoreXY

Manuals and documentation available here

Supported Printers
Anet A6
Anet A8
Ender 3
Ender 5
Rated voltage
12V
24V
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