Should I connect a CAN toolhead board directly to my controller board or via USB-to-CAN adaptor module?
If your controller board (e.g. the Bigtreetech Octopus) supports on board CAN you may wonder if it makes sense to connect a CAN toolhead board directly to it without using a USB to CAN adaptor board.
While this is technically possible (Klipper now supports the onboard CAN interface of controller boards), the implementation is still not perfect. Additionally the interface between the CAN toolhead board and the controller board often needs to be cripmed (e.g. the Octopus is using a RJxx connector for this).
So for the moment we are recommending using a USB-to-CAN adaptor board if you want to connect your CAN toolhead board to a controller board.
Wiring Diagram of Stealthburner PCB to Octopus controller board
This wiring diagram shows the standard wiring of the HartK Stealthburner PCB to the Octopus controller board:
Optotap PCB 5V/24V (2.4.1)
Voltages supported: The OptoTap 2.4.1 PCB supports 5V and 24V supply voltages provided by the probe port of a toolhead PCB or the controller board. Toolhead PCB support: For all revisions of the HartK Stealthburner Toolhead PCB (1pc or 2pcs) you can ...
How to use the LDO Toolhead PCB with Clockwork 2?
The LDO Vororn 2.4 kits previous to Rev. C contained the LDO Toolhead PCB which has been designed for the Clockword 1 extruder. From Rev. C the HartK Stealthburner PCB is included, which is compatible with the Clockwork 2 by default. There is a mod ...
Which version is the Stealthburner or Afterburner Toolhead PCB?
At the moment we are providing version V4.0 (semi assembled only) of the Afterburner PCB , V3.rabbit Afterburner PCB, and the Stealthburner Toolhead PCB as single PCB version (24V) and two PCB version in 5V and 24V.
Why has the XY-Microswitch PCB only 4 pins?
The X and Y switches are sharing the same ground potential on the PCB, so the second GND connection from the controller board isn't needed to be wired to the PCB (you can choose if you wire in the X or Y GND). The Vin potential only needs to be wired ...