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It is unclear why Keenovo has taken this long to make this product publicly available, but the most likely cause is the absolute lack of response to my presenting it here (until you did). With millions of the Creality Ender 3, 3 Pro, 5 and 5 Pro printers in the world it seemed certain that this product would draw immediate market dominance, but as you and I are the only people to display any interest whatsoever, they likely abandoned the possible production of as much. I informed them that watching this post would show the likelyhood of desire for the product, but this post has remained absolutely, 100% empty until you replied.
Due to the almost total lack of interest in the product excluding you and I, it feels to be a safe assumption that they completely abandoned it. It's a surprise how little interst this has drawn. A product which can reduce AC electrical use (as it's not converted to DC for powering the factory bed), DC current (as the AC isn't converted to DC to heat the factory bed), substantially increase the maximum hotbed temperature (the factory DC bed takes an extremely long time to even hit 100°C and has extreme trouble holding it there) by enabling the bed to reach well above 240°C using only AC power.
Every single part of it's use is an enormous benefit to we Creality Ender 3/5 users as it allows us to print in ABS and PETG which was very difficult and often impossible with the factory DC bed. Everything about it is an enormous benefit to we Ender owners yet it drew zero attention until you showed such a desire. If you want to buy one I would recommend emailing Keenovo and informing them that you would like to buy one. They either have some to sell you or can easily make 1 from the mould/pattern they created for the initial unit they sent to me. Convincing as many other Ender 3/5 owners to post an interest here as you had would help ensure it becomes publicly available to us all.