What type of connection is IO_1 on the 0.6 revision? Was that included in the LC1 connector kit, because I didn't receive one with mine and am trying to connect an optical limit switch.
Where can I find more information on the M915 motor stall detection? Have you had any success with using it?
It is inconsiderate to provide such advanced hardware and software solutions and provide documentation that is written with an 8th-grade-level comprehension of the English language.
It’s confusing to me that this is the second time I have brought it to your attention and nothing has been resolved. If reading the Duet 6HC Wiring Diagram or Hardware pages doesn’t evoke the need to immediately assign the task to an intern, well…
I paid for a Mainboard 6HC, a Toolboard 1LC, and a Distributionboard with the expectation that the documentation would match the (yet to be seen) quality of the hardware and software.
It might be a bit uncomfortable to hear, and you might even take it personally, but consider me the friend who told you there’s something in your teeth. These pages are not a good look when you have such a great hardware and software architecture. Besides, the only people who should feel disrespected in any way are the ones you expect to read through these carelessly written documents.
I have never 3D printed anything and have built my first printer from scratch. My question pertains to the OUT_0 terminals and how they connect to a heated bed.
I had a hard time understanding some of the information:
''6-way barrier strip: two pins for main VIN and GND;''
I understand that two of the terminals accept the main VIN and GND for the system.
two pins for the VIN and GND supply for the OUT_0 terminals;
Do you mean that the main VIN and GND supply power to the adjacent OUT_0 _INPUT terminals without having to jump a set of pins or anything?
I’m only curious because I noticed it was able to take a higher voltage as input than the main VIN/GND terminals, which made me think there might be an option to switch between the two using a jumper.
OUT_0 is intended to drive a bed heater.
I know I’m in the right area, at least.
Is there a way to connect the Mainboard 6HC directly to the Toolboard 1LC without having to route the signals through one of the Tool Distribution Boards?
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