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Question #: 14022

Question: In the video 'Primer on Homing and the Use of Limit Switches' Patrick refers to pin number "13". Is this in fact pin "i3"?

Current Solution

The parallel breakout board uses pins 10 to 13 relating specifically to the pin numbers on the parallel port. It is in fact 13 and not i3.

The mach3 USB board does use the I1-I4 using the I to represent the word "input"; hence I3 (i3).

Thanks for the question and wanting clarification.


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