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Question: Where are the limit switch connections made when the switches are in series, and NC??

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One end of the limit switch circuit will be connected to the pin and NC, and the other end will be connected to COM and GND.

For example: (the "-" is wire.)

[Breakout board input pin] ---- ([NC on switch] [com on switch]) ---- [NC on switch] [com on switch] ---- [back to GND on the breakout board]

An explanation of the limit switch connections is located on the brakout board datasheet: https://www.buildyourcnc.com/item/electronicsAndMotors-parallel-breakout-relay (instruction step # 1.

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