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mycnc:mycnc_pulse_width_setup [2019/04/24 13:58]
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mycnc:mycnc_pulse_width_setup [2020/01/27 10:52]
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 {{:​mycnc:​pulse-width:​pulse-width-chart2.png}} {{:​mycnc:​pulse-width:​pulse-width-chart2.png}}
       *The 12 μs corresponds to Setting 7 in the chart, thus the **Pulse width** value should be set to 7 in myCNC software. ​       *The 12 μs corresponds to Setting 7 in the chart, thus the **Pulse width** value should be set to 7 in myCNC software. ​
-         ​*//​NOTE:​ The first value in the **Pulse Width** line refers to the first four axes of the controller ​(for example, the horizontal ​X and Y axes), while the second value refers to the other two axes of the controller ​(for example, the vertical Z axis). These values are set to be different if the controller used on the vertical axis is separate from that used on the horizontal, and are left the same if a single controller is used. If two controllers ​are desired, the calculations for these values need to be performed separately based on the desired speed for each axis//+         ​*//​NOTE:​ The first value in the **Pulse Width** line refers to the first four motor outputs ​(for example, the X+, X-, Y+ and Yaxes), while the second value refers to the other two motor outputs ​(for example, the vertical Z+ and Z- axis). These values are typically left to be the same unless different motors ​are connected ​to different motor outputs (for example, a stepper/​servo combo).//
 {{:​mycnc:​pulse-width:​pulse-width-chart3.png}} {{:​mycnc:​pulse-width:​pulse-width-chart3.png}}
  
     *The pulse width setup is now complete.     *The pulse width setup is now complete.
mycnc/mycnc_pulse_width_setup.txt · Last modified: 2020/01/27 10:52 by ivan