I don’t know if this is a Software problem, a hardware problem or something else. I just upgraded my Ortur Laser Master 2 Pro S2 with the 10 Watt Laser Tree Module. It’s Plug and Play, however, when I start a project ,or Frame it, the laser moves to the correct position and fires, but the laser freezes in that position and the laser bean goes on and off, on and off – it does not move.
I Get a “No Power message” in the Console and then the “MSG Power Supplied”. I can’t find an answer in the On-Line-Documentation.
My Ortur is a 24Volts System and the Laser Module is 24 Volts.
[MSG: Flame detector active, Ambient infrared value:0]
Grbl 1.1f [’$’ for help]
[MSG:’$H’|’$X’ to unlock]
[MSG: No Power Supply! Check Trouble Shooting Section in User Manual.]
[MSG: Caution: Unlocked]
[MSG: Power Supplied]
I disconnected the USB and turned the laser on; the laser module moved to Home position.
I don’t have a meter to check that the proper voltage is being supplied.
I ran “Run ?” and got the following message in the Console, but don’t know what it means.
Numeric value format is not valid or missing an expected value.
Hopefully not. It’s Plug and Play and compatible with the Ortur Laser Master 2 Pro 24 Volt . Several others that I am in contact with have upgraded their Ortur to the Laser Tree 10 Watt without any issues. What puzzles me is that it navigates to the start position and fires the Laser, then just freezes up.
The Fire Button does not seem to regulate the power of the beam.
The laser moves to the start position and fires the laser, but it freezes at that position and the beam goes on – off, on – off. If, however, I turn off the “Enable Laser Fire Button”, the Laser WILL frame but does NOT fire, and when I hit the start button it moves to the start position and Freezes and the beam goes on and off like before.
I double checked the ground wire and even plugged the laser into a dedicated outlet – No change.
If you unplug the laser will it ‘run’, meaning will it do the proper cut with the laser ‘unplugged’.?
That would be the connector on the laser head in photo one.
If it does the same thing, you can eliminate the laser module, if it runs without the ‘load’ of the laser, maybe a problem with the laser itself drawing too much current and is dropping the supply voltage.
Shouldn’t hurt anything to try it.
Need to start isolating where the issue could be.
A simple voltmeter like this from Amazon for $13 is a good, low cost investment for around the house and especially with hobbies like this. May have solved it by now if you had one…
If you have one of these machines, I’m sure you’re smart enough to drive a voltmeter and we can assist if you have any issues.
i just forgot that the ortur has all the wires in a single plug in motherboard side, so this pict is pretty useless, now my question is: the old laser module had the same wire connection? haven’t you changed single wire positions?