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Re: PID to control rims

Postby Kev888 » Thu Nov 17, 2016 7:15 pm

I had good luck with sestos stuff, but it seems quite scarce now. I suspect inkbird may either be a re-brand or at least have supplanted them. Auber have a good reputation, though the sestos versions were generally cheaper.

Some say that there may be quite a lot of fake fotek SSRs around; a few such claims are actually due to insufficient heat-sinking but there do seem to be at least some dodgy ones out there, either ripped off or else re-labelled to falsely indicate higher ratings.

Can't really help with pre-built ones unfortunately, I've no experience of any.
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Re: PID to control rims

Postby chris2012 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 2:09 pm

I'll second the SESTOS PIDs, I used one for quite a while and it seemed to work well for me. I noticed you can still get them on Aliexpress though.
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