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Cable 16 AWG to connect the heated bed to the electronics

Cable 16 AWG to connect the heated bed to the electronics
Cable 16 AWG to connect the heated bed to the electronics
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  • Stock: 49
  • Model: Cable-16AWG-50cm-01

Red and black wires for the heated bed. Red and black cables for the heated bed. One end of each cable has a connector crimped for the connection to the Ramps.

It is a tinned copper cable resistant to high temperatures. With silicone protection, it is very flexible.

One of the ends is welded to facilitate the introduction of the cable into the RAMPS connector.

  • Length: 50cm
  • Cable diameter: 1.53mm
  • Outer diameter: 3mm

2 units, one red and one black

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  1. Check that the mains voltage matches the input selected for the source (110/220v)
  2. Connect the power supply to the mains to check the output voltage (12/24v)
  3. The output voltage is adjustable, if it differs from the one you want for your application you can turn the regulator, preferably with the equipment off. Never use a metal screwdriver with the equipment on to make this adjustment.
  4. (Depending on the model) This power supply has a regulated fan, it will turn when it has load, check periodically and in the first use that the fan is activated correctly.


  • Dimension the installation correctly, with an appropriate safety factor.
  • Never block or hinder the fan's air output. 
  • Before connecting the equipment to the power supply, check that the available mains voltage corresponds to the voltage value of the equipment.
  • Connect the mains cable of the equipment to a grounded power outlet.
  • Do not place the equipment on wet or damp surfaces.
  • Do not expose the equipment to direct sunlight or extreme temperatures.
  • Do not expose the equipment to moisture.
  • Do not exceed the maximum input voltage allowed.
  • Comply with the warning and information labels on the equipment.
  • Wear dry clothes and rubber shoes to ensure insulation.
  • Do not insert metal objects into the equipment through the ventilation slots.
  • Do not place containers full of liquids on the equipment (danger of short circuit in case of shock).
  • Do not use the equipment near strong magnetic fields (motors, transformers, etc.).
  • Do not expose the equipment to strong shocks or vibrations.
  • Allow the unit to stabilize at room temperature before taking measurements (important for accurate measurement).
  • Do not modify the equipment in any way.
  • The equipment must be opened for service or repair by qualified personnel. It is recommended that repair work be carried out in the presence of a second person trained to perform first aid if necessary.
  • Keep the power source away from children.
  • Before cleaning the box, pull out the plug from the socket. Clean only with mild household cleaner. Make sure that no water gets inside the equipment to avoid possible short circuits and damage to the equipment.