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Revision to Duet 2 Maestro Hardware Overview

Jason Znack

The board supports connection to a computer over USB, using any standard 3D printer host control program. The primary way to control the Maestro is with a web interface controlled through the network connected to the Ethernet port. Although they have removable on-board SD cards, the network interfaces provide fast enough file transfer that it is generally preferable never to remove the on-board SD card.
-The Duet 2 Maestro also support the [[PanelDue]] colour touchscreen. Connectors for a 12864-type mono graphics display and rotary encoder are also provided (these are not yet fully supported in firmware).
+The Duet 2 Maestro also support the [[PanelDue]] colour touchscreen. Connectors for a 12864-type mono graphics display and rotary encoder are also provided.
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+[[Connecting an LCD control panel]]
See also:
* [[Mounting and cooling the Duet 2 Maestro]]
-* [[Duet 2 Maestro Power wiring]]
+* [[Power Wiring]]
== Motion ==

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