Actually did some testing and it looks like the way the fan speed scaling was done with the W parameter is the standard behaviour now. But this makes the section, where the L and X values are explained, inaccurate since S value is not rounded down to X or up to L if a value beyond these is requested but the requested range of S (0,1] will actually be mapped to the range [L,X]
is the W parameter/flag from https://forum.duet3d.com/topic/8864/m106... still supported? Or was it axed shortly after implementing it in RRF2.03beta?
Does it make a difference for the power consumption of the Duet (2W) and the PanelDue (3.5W) if the Duet is powered from the main input power (12-32V) or only from EXT 5V “standby” power. And does the PanelDue even work when the Duet is only on standby power?
Since this is popping up more often lately and I don’t want to fry my drivers: How to connect the steppers? Stepper motors (at least the ones we mostly use) have two coils and the two leads for each coil are continuous. Does one coil have to be connected to A1 and A2 OR A1 and B1 on Duet Boards? It seems like there is no uniform guideline to this and the color coding does not help either since the wires you get can either be a twisted pair or no twisted pair from the motor side to the driver side. Also the designation and color coding isn’t even the same for all the Duet Boards: the Duet 2 for instance has the sequence 1B 1A 2A 2B and the Duet 3 has A2 A1 B1 B2 but both have the same color sequence (BLK/GRN/BLU/RED) in their respective wiring diagrams. Could someone please explain the designation for the coils once and for all? Thanks a bunch!
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