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Question: [Mach3 USB Interface Board] I want to run a SAKO VFD SKI780 by means of this break out board. On https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6xxHj6qYSA is mentioned that the 10V terminal on the BOB is an input connection and that it ha to be connected with an external 10V supply source to obtain a 0-10V PWM signal on the AVI terminal of the BOB. I this correct?

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Make sure to watch this video that I created to correctly connect a VFD to the Mach3 USB controller. Yes, the 10V terminal on this controller is an input. VFDs typically have a 10V output that can be connected to this terminal.

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The video is here:

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I have connected the VFD to the BOB and configured Mach3 confirm the video. It works perfect! I have only one question left: In the Spindle setup I entered 200 in the field for the PWMBase Freq. Now I measure a PWM signal at the AVI terminal of the BOB with a frequency of 1000Hz. Should this not be 200Hz? What could be the reason? What do I have to change to obtain 200Hz?

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