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General Mach Discussion / Re: lost steps/ motor stall with tripple beast
« on: January 23, 2020, 02:30:33 AM »
maybe you can swap X and Y Motors?

532
So I suppose I need to open the box and  check the power supply to the sensor?

i think so.

534
if it is an optical sensor, i think there should be an external power supply (5V) somewhere.
is there no Manual of the Controller box?

535
normaly first Thing is to figure out how they are wired to your Controller/ parallel port.
on the Picture you posted i can't se any wiring at all??!

and after the wiring is clear in Config -> Ports&Pins -> Inputs

536
small question, witch light Change on diagnostic Screen?

you are using ZASto's Brains now, all Trigger' oemcodes set to -1 in Config System hotkeys?

all plugin's  related to any mpg deleted from plugin Folder?

pls post your Profile XML.

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General Mach Discussion / Re: lost steps/ motor stall with tripple beast
« on: January 20, 2020, 02:11:30 AM »
hello, i think your Problem is the power supply, just deconnect your 4th axis (Motor) and try again.

Hallo, ich denke das Problem liegt an dem Netzteil, einfach mal die 4te Achse abklemmen (Motor) und dann noch mal probieren.

538

Ok, so if I move my Z all the way up, there is no change in the diagnostic screen

so check your Limit Switch für z-axis

Yes, as the Z moves up, the numbers increase positive

thant is ok

In diagnostic screen, if I press z (picture yellow circle) it moves down

then Change Config -> Homing/Limits -> z-axis -> Home Neg.

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orange/black is the com of all Switches, and for switching Inputs at a parallel port they Need to be taken to gnd.

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ok corrected Version

Green- 2 pin ( mpg A+)
White- 3 pin ( mpg B+ )
Config -> Ports&Pins -> Encoder/MPS -> MPG1 Enabled | A-Port = 2 | A-Pin = 2 | B-Port = 2 | B-Pin = 3

Green&black- 1 pin ( jog on led +5v )
White&black- gnd ( jog on led gnd)

 this is only the led, we will take care later


Yellow- 4 pin ( select x axis )
Config -> Ports&Pins -> Input Signal -> OEMTrigger#1 Enabled | Port = 2 | Pin = 4
System Hotkeys -> Trigger#1 OEM Code = 259

Yellow&black- 5 pin ( select y axis )
Config -> Ports&Pins -> Input Signal -> OEMTrigger#2 Enabled | Port = 2 | Pin = 5
System Hotkeys -> Trigger#2 OEM Code = 260

Brown- 6 pin ( select z axis )
Config -> Ports&Pins -> Input Signal -> OEMTrigger#3 Enabled | Port = 2 | Pin = 6
System Hotkeys -> Trigger#3 OEM Code = 261

Brown&black- 7pin ( select a axis )
 Config -> Ports&Pins -> Input Signal -> OEMTrigger#4 Enabled | Port = 2 | Pin = 7
System Hotkeys -> Trigger#4 OEM Code = 262


Gray- 8pin ( x1 )
 Config -> Ports&Pins -> Input Signal -> OEMTrigger#5 Enabled | Port = 2 | Pin = 8
System Hotkeys -> Trigger#5 OEM Code = 265

Gray&black- 9pin ( x10 )
 Config -> Ports&Pins -> Input Signal -> OEMTrigger#6 Enabled | Port = 2 | Pin = 9
System Hotkeys -> Trigger#6 OEM Code = 266

Orange- 10pin ( x100 )
Config -> Ports&Pins -> Input Signal -> OEMTrigger#7 Enabled | Port = 2 | Pin = 10
System Hotkeys -> Trigger#7 OEM Code = 267

Orange&black- +5v ( com for selector )
this is wrong, Needs to be connected to GND