Context Idea: MINDA / PINDA probe
I was hoping to recycle mine into a filament sensor, FINDA style:
I don't see why not. Does Octoprint support filament sensors connected via GPIO?
Maybe Prusa could sell the MMU2S without FINDA for a small discount and let you use the old PINDA that way?
As I put the just-removed MINDA into the SuperPINDA's baggie I had this thought too, good idea.
I haven't looked at it at all, does the MINDA return a simple open/closed signal, or an analog value (which then has some threshold to act like a switch) as the sensed object gets closer?