In SMART RAMPS, the resistors and capacitors are now surface mount to fit more passive components. This does add another set of steps to assembly, but we stuck with larger sizes to make it fairly painless.
Reference board orientation is component side up, power inputs to the left.
1.41 AND 1.42 ALL SUPPORT EEPROM:
Board files do not match what is being sold on Aliexpress No micro stepping jumpers on actual board, and no i2c eeprom on board plans Please update with correct current board files
Look at i2c:
Once you start putting electricity into your RepRap - even at just 12 volts - you have to take basic, common sense precautions to avoid fires. Just in case these fail, test your workshop smoke detector. Got no smoke detector? Get one!
Firmware and Pin Assignments
Firmware For SMART RAMPS
- Repetier 2017.04.18 For Due // SMART RAMPS + AZSMZ 12864 LCD + BT
#if MOTHERBOARD == 408 #ifndef __SAM3X8E__ #error Oops! Make sure you have 'Arduino Due' selected from the 'Tools -> Boards' menu. #endif #define KNOWN_BOARD #define CPU_ARCH ARCH_ARM /***************************************************************** * Arduino Due Pin Assignments ******************************************************************/ #define ORIG_X_STEP_PIN 54 #define ORIG_X_DIR_PIN 55 #define ORIG_X_MIN_PIN 3 #define ORIG_X_MAX_PIN 2 #define ORIG_X_ENABLE_PIN 38 #define ORIG_Y_STEP_PIN 60 #define ORIG_Y_DIR_PIN 61 #define ORIG_Y_MIN_PIN 14 #define ORIG_Y_MAX_PIN 15 #define ORIG_Y_ENABLE_PIN 56 #define ORIG_Z_STEP_PIN 46 #define ORIG_Z_DIR_PIN 48 #define ORIG_Z_MIN_PIN 18 #define ORIG_Z_MAX_PIN 19 #define ORIG_Z_ENABLE_PIN 62 // Note that on the Due pin A0 on the board is channel 2 on the ARM chip #define HEATER_0_PIN 10 #define TEMP_0_PIN 11 // Due analog pin # #define HEATER_1_PIN 8 #define TEMP_1_PIN 12 // Due analog pin # #define HEATER_2_PIN 9 #define TEMP_2_PIN 13 // Due analog pin # #define ORIG_E0_STEP_PIN 26 #define ORIG_E0_DIR_PIN 28 #define ORIG_E0_ENABLE_PIN 24 #define ORIG_E1_STEP_PIN 36 #define ORIG_E1_DIR_PIN 34 #define ORIG_E1_ENABLE_PIN 30 #define SDPOWER -1 #define SDSS 53 // 10 if using HW SPI. 53 if using SW SPI #define LED_PIN 13 #define ORIG_FAN_PIN 9 #define PS_ON_PIN 12 #define KILL_PIN -1 #define SUICIDE_PIN -1 //PIN that has to be turned on right after start, to keep power flowing. #define E0_PINS ORIG_E0_STEP_PIN,ORIG_E0_DIR_PIN,ORIG_E0_ENABLE_PIN, #define E1_PINS ORIG_E1_STEP_PIN,ORIG_E1_DIR_PIN,ORIG_E1_ENABLE_PIN, #define TWI_CLOCK_FREQ 100000 // 20 or 70 #define SDA_PIN 20 // 21 or 71 #define SCL_PIN 21 #define TWI_CLOCK_FREQ 400000 // see eeprom device data sheet for the following values, these are for 24xx256 #define EEPROM_SERIAL_ADDR 0x50 // 7 bit i2c address (without R/W bit) #define EEPROM_PAGE_SIZE 64 // page write buffer size #define EEPROM_PAGE_WRITE_TIME 7 // page write time in milliseconds (docs say 5ms but that is too short) // TWI_MMR_IADRSZ_1_BYTE for 1 byte, or TWI_MMR_IADRSZ_2_BYTE for 2 byte #define EEPROM_ADDRSZ_BYTES TWI_MMR_IADRSZ_2_BYTE #define EEPROM_AVAILABLE EEPROM_I2C #endif
If you think you may have mistakes you can install only one stepper driver during initial testing and risk only one stepper driver.
The trimpot on the stepper drivers controls the current limit. Turn it all the way down (counter clock wise) and back up 25%. Be careful to not force the trimpot, it is delicate. You will need to fine tune the current limit later. Note that it is allways giving the motors that much power, even when not moving, so if your stepper motor drivers are getting hot, you may want to turn it down slightly.
Connect the minimum endstops for X,Y, and Z
Connect Motors (Do not disconnect or connect motors while powered; if the connection is loose, this will cause the motors to spazz and possibly kill your stepper driver.)
You may want to use this code to test all the electronics before installing any of the suggested firmwares.
Install firmware (More info below). Firmware flashing can be done without 12V power supply connected.
It is relatively simple to wire up the SMART RAMPS. Just add the extruder heating coil wire to D10, the thermistor to the two T0 pins on middle right right, and wire up the steppers and endstops. From left to right, wire all of the stepper motor's wires as red, blue, green, and black or red, green, yellow, blue into the pins next to the Pololus. When you connect the wires to the endstops (if you are using 3 endstops, plug them into the MIN (-) slots), make sure you match the labels.
Note that Tesla & Tonok firmware use D9 and Sprinter, Marlin, and Johnny/Tonok use D10 for the extruder hot end.
Reversing +/- or otherwise incorrectly connecting power can destroy your electronics and cause fire hazard.
Incorrectly inserting stepper drivers will destroy your electronics and cause a fire risk. Always make sure power and USB is disconnected when removing or adjusting stepper drivers. Always make sure to insert drivers in correct orientation and in the socket correctly.
The endstop pins are Signal - GND - VCC, instead of the VCC - Sig - GND like the rest of RepRaps boards. Make sure to wire them correctly. This is done to allow squeezing fatter traces on the printable board.
DON'T secure Arduino/RAMPS with conductive screws through both mounting holes. The screw may cut into the positive trace creating a HIGH current short.
Connect your 12V power supply to the RAMPS shield. Reversing +/- or otherwise incorrectly connecting power can destroy your electronics and cause fire hazard.
The bottom pair of connectors marked 5A power the stepper drivers and Extruder heater/fan (D9, D10). The source should be rated a minimum of 5A.
The pair of connectors above marked 11A power a Heated Bed, or other output (D8). The source should be rated a minimum 11A (if both power rails are connected to the same supply it should have a minimum rating of 16A).
#define BLUETOOTH_SERIAL 2 // Port number (1..3) - For RADDS use 1 For SMART RAMPS 1.41 1.42 use 2 #define BLUETOOTH_BAUD 115200 // communication speed